The president again accuses Google, without evidence, of anticonservative bias.
Regulators are gearing up to investigate the largest US tech companies. But are breakups of these corporations on the horizon?
Google's chief executive tells CNN you have to balance scrutiny of big tech companies with support for them.
YouTube is under fire for hosting channels and videos that foster hate speech and fake news.
In a New York Times op-ed, the search giant's CEO highlights the company's efforts to improve user data privacy.
The annual developers conference comes amid the most tumultuous time in Google’s history. Now its CEO has the chance to speak up.
From The 3:59 show: We break down Elizabeth Warren's big campaign move.
From The 3:59 show: The agency aims to better scrutinize competitive behavior in Silicon Valley, but some are skeptical about whether it's up to the task.
How much will Samsung's flexible phone cost? An analyst report gives us an idea. Also, the Galaxy S10 leak, Google CEO Sundar Pichai's trip to DC, your comments and more in this episode of Alphabet City!
This week's most important stories include a glitch that allowed photos of Facebook users to be compromised. Meanwhile, SplashData lists the terrible passwords people wound up using this year.
We walk through Elon Musk's big ideas; visit Facebook's sincere, if confusing, privacy pop-up; and check out a robot lab.
Cambridge Analytica. Russians inside the US electrical grid. 2018 was a scary year for privacy: Let's look back at the most interesting cyberattacks of the year and see what's in store for 2019.
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High on style and technology, the 2019 Volvo XC90 is an incredibly satisfying everyday crossover.