Google Sued for Allegedly Selling User Data

Google is facing another privacy-related lawsuit, this time for allegedly doing something the company promised it would never do: sell user data.

Google Finally Embraces Long-Term Hybrid Work

Google has finally embraced long-term hybrid work, paving the way for employees to have more flexibility.

Remote Work Saving Google and Alphabet $1 Billion a Year

Google executives may be eager to return to the office, but remote work is already saving the company $1 billion a year.

Alphabet Scores Big on Google Ad Revenue

Alphabet released its latest results, reporting a strong quarter on rebounding ad revenue for Google.

Google Has a Credibility Problem As Researchers Shun Its Funding

In the wake of Google’s high-profile missteps with its ethical AI team, the company has suffered a loss of credibility as researchers decline its funding.

Google Heavily Investing in Office Space, All-In on In-Person

Despite much of the industry doing the exact opposite, Google is investing $7 billion in office space and data centers, insisting in-person work is where it’s at.

Nothing to See Here: Google Glosses Over AI Troubles With New Lead

Google has appointed a new head of its responsible AI research in the wake of the high-profile firing of Dr. Timnit Gebru and action against Margaret Mitchell.

Google Faces More Backlash As Engineers Quit Over Timnit Gebru Firing

Google continues to face backlash from its firing of Dr. Timnit Gebru, with two engineers citing the company’s actions as the reason for their leaving.

Google Cloud Is Growing…But So Are Its Losses

Google released income numbers for its cloud division for the first time, and the results are a mixed bag.

Ford Partners With Google For Cloud, Data, AI and Machine Learning

Ford has named Google its preferred partner in its connected vehicle efforts, also naming Google Cloud as its preferred cloud platform.