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Google’s chief executive officer has left no doubt in how important he thinks artificial intelligence will be to humanity.
Sidewalk Labs LLC, the urban-innovation unit of Alphabet Inc, is looking for ways to incorporate Google’s Canadian headquarters into its plans for a waterfront development in Toronto.
A former Google executive running for US Senate called Jan 2 for tough regulation of tech titans, accusing the Internet giant of straying from its "don't be evil" path.
Alphabet Inc's newly instated Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai would receive a hefty $240 million (£184.40 million) in performance-based stock awards over the next three years, the highest ever promised to any executive of the search giant.
It’s mid-December, which means it’s time for the staff prognosticators at Bloomberg Technology to sheepishly revisit last year’s predictions while peering ahead with a brash certainty that we haven’t earned.
US antitrust enforcers are examining Google’s conduct in the online shopping comparison market as they continue their probe of the search giant.
Each morning, workers at Google get an internal newsletter called the "Daily Insider.” Kent Walker, Google’s top lawyer, set off a firestorm when he argued in the Nov 14 edition that the 21-year old company had outgrown its policy of allowing workers to access nearly any internal document.
A year ago, Shoshana Zuboff dropped an intellectual bomb on the technology industry. She hasn’t stood still since.
Alphabet Inc named Frances Arnold, a Nobel-prize winning chemist, to its board, bringing the Internet giant’s total number of female directors to three.
Billionaire Googlers Larry Page and Sergey Brin aren’t the only technology chiefs heading for the exits.