Starting Wednesday, YouTube began running ads on some content creators’ videos without sharing the revenue those ads bring in.
YouTube.com has restored iOS picture-in-picture (PiP) functionality after disabling it in September.
Google is being sued for $3 billion in the UK over allegations that YouTube tracks children, violating the UK’s privacy laws.
The UK and Australia have announced a joint investigation into Clearview AI—to cheers of privacy advocates the world over.
Apple may still release its AirPower wireless charging mat that was cancelled roughly a year ago.
As more restaurants, bars and businesses close in an attempt to blunt the spread of the coronavirus, Google Search and Maps will inform users.
YouTube is warning that some users’ videos may be improperly flagged due to the company relying on artificial intelligence (AI) to moderate videos.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the Justice Department is ramping up its investigation into Google, focusing heavily on the company’s ad tools. According to the report, the DOJ has increasingly been directing its questions—both of competitors and Google executives—toward…
Some things are too good to last, and it appears Google and Microsoft’s BFF cooperation on the browser front is one of them, as both companies are taking swipes at the other.