The beleaguered CEO of the struggling Internet pioneer delivers a "bold" strategic plan. She is cutting jobs, selling patents and real estate, and inviting would-be acquirers to speak up.
When a pattern of bizarre messages began piling up in my inbox, I turned to the source for answers: Google.
There's little data on asteroid 2013 TX68, leaving doomsayers predicting a cataclysmic collision. But the space agency is far less concerned.
The company's go-to guy for artificial intelligence is taking over its biggest business as its current search boss retires.
A new YouTube Channel features life-altering surgery performed on food. Scalpel, chocolate, operate.
A former employee nabbed the domain name for one minute back in September when Google somehow let its ownership slip.
The big game and all its festivities get sweeping protection, from bomb-destroying robots to software that crunches social media looking for threats.
Google has always been light-years ahead of its time, thanks to its unconventional co-founders. They're shaking things up, again.
Alphabet, Google's new parent company known for ambitious projects, reveals just how much innovation costs. All that spending has helped it become the most valuable in the world, topping Apple.
Instead of wasting time by sending stickers to Facebook friends, challenge him or her to a game of chess.