The world's largest social network is expanding the tools it offers to help advertisers understand how well their ads work, so users are less frustrated by them.
Now you can search Google even when you have nothing in particular to search for.
The Internet is cats, so why isn't more of the Internet for cats? One Japanese prefecture is righting this wrong and perhaps writing the perfect denouement for our entire online experiment.
The search giant adds features to its productivity apps in hopes of making them easier for students to use for school projects.
The e-retailer is expanding its lineup of the new buttons, used to order home essentials, and making them broadly available for its Prime members.
The search giant has made big changes this summer, including the introduction of an entirely new management structure. The latest alteration: a new logo.
Both social networks update their messaging platforms to allow for more casual back-and-forth conversations -- complete with emojis.
A new online platform created by a law firm and public affairs company aims to help victims eager to sue Google over antitrust issues in Europe.
India's business watchdog has filed a report that calls the legitimacy of Google's search results into question, raising similar complaints to the US' FTC and European Union's EC in years past.
Whether you're researching or adding distractions in other tabs, it can be frustrating when you accidentally close them all at once. Learn how to prevent this from happening in Chrome.
Starting Tuesday, Google's Chrome browser won't automatically play ads that use Flash -- another blow for the long-criticized animation software.
"Yeezus" has political ambitions, but he's not ready to run just yet. That hasn't stopped a "Kanye for president" bid for the highest office from kicking off on Twitter right away.
Hoarding photos on your phone?
Those picture are hogging memory and could be slowing down your phone.