The company had 249 million daily active users in the third quarter.
After a long investigation, it's official. The DOJ says that Google is illegally holding monopolies in search and search advertising. Google responded, saying that the case is deeply flawed.
If the ride-hailing company is forced to make drivers employees in California, the company's leader says leaving the state could be a possibility.
It's official. The US sues the search giant.
After boasting 4Gbps download speeds last week, Verizon is showing that its 5G can go even faster.
The lawsuit is the highest-profile case the US has brought against a tech company since the 1990s.
In today's top stories, US charges six Russian military intelligence officers. Meanwhile, Nokia and NASA team up for lunar LTE.
Republicans say social networks suppress conservative speech, but the companies have long denied such allegations.
New technology like instant Wi-Fi networks and body monitoring sensors are helping first responders in the field save lives.
Amazon's smart home brands are getting more powerful -- and independent -- this season, thanks to a Ring flying robot camera, spherical smart speakers and a new cloud-gaming service.
Apple Music TV is pretty much what MTV used to be, according to Variety.
In today's top stories, SpaceX has launched more satellites, Elon Musk thinks they'll go to Mars in 2024 and NASA's Osiris-Rex is set to land on an asteroid on Tuesday.