A major Google investor doesn’t believe the company’s 12,000 job cuts are enough and is calling for 30,000 instead.
Google parent Alphabet has now firmly joined the ranks of companies laying off employees, with plans to cut 12,000 jobs.
Alphabet has finally joined the long list of companies laying off employees, with its Intrinsic and Verily divisions impacted.
Google scored a major victory in the privacy lawsuit it is facing in California, with a judge ruling that Sundar Pichai cannot be questioned.
Alphabet is the biggest corporate investor in blockchain and crypto technology among the top 100 public companies over the last ten months.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has written a blog post outlining the company’s plans for Latin America, including a $1.2 billion investment over the next five years.
The Times Tech Guild is now the biggest US-based tech union with bargaining rights, following a National Labor Relations Board election certifying their union.
As if the programming landscape wasn’t competitive enough, a new AI, AlphaCode, could start giving some programmers a run for their money.
Despite the highest inflation rate increase since 1982, Google has said it has no plans to adjust employee pay to compensate.
Google has launched Intrinsic from X, its moonshot factory, in an effort to reinvent industrial robots.
TSMC reported its quarterly earnings, including record sales and an 11% increase in revenue.
Microsoft has become just the third company in the world to cross $2 trillion valuation.
Telecom companies have won a last-minute injunction against New York’s Affordable Broadband Act, putting the law’s future in jeopardy.
TSMC and MIT have made a major advancement in semiconductor design, with a 1nm breakthrough.
Google executives may be eager to return to the office, but remote work is already saving the company $1 billion a year.