The search giant brought information to the masses. But two decades after its founding, Google isn’t the whimsical startup it once was.
French President Emmanuel Macron is wooing Silicon Valley with his tech-savvy agenda.
Its trying to tap one of the biggest smartphone markets in the world with a Chinese version of Files Go, a storage management platform.
The Alphabet chairman doesn't mince his words. Mark Zuckerberg, on the other hand, is slightly more sympathetic toward Musk.
The billionaire is relinquishing his role as executive chairman at Google's parent company, Alphabet.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google parent Alphabet, says Google's algorithms can help limit the spread of misinformation.
Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, tweets about innovations from researchers, including the man who helped invent lithium-ion batteries.
Google has been accused of showing bias to the Democrats in the past, but the company is determined to remain non-partisan -- at least publicly.
Alphabet's executive chairman expects that artificial intelligence will help with both personal tasks and the world's "hard problems."
In an opinion piece in The New York Times, Alphabet's executive chairman seems to align himself with others who want to tinker with the Internet.
The executive chairman of Alphabet, Google's parent company, admits there is some merit to the rumour of its mobile and laptop software merging, and talks up the company's presence in China.
Technically Incorrect: Speaking at Davos, Google's executive chairman explains that we'll all be experiencing our digital connections as a seamless part of our everyday world.
Here's Everything to Know About the 2019 Grammys
Find out how to watch the Grammy Awards if you don't have cable and more.