Google’s Solution To Making Cars Safer For Pedestrians Might StickGoogle has just been awarded a patent for an innovation that could prevent pedestrians involved in a crash from getting more seriously hurt.
3 On Your Side: New Google App Can Help iPhone Users In today's 3 On Your Side consumer report, a look at how it works.
Boy Wins $10,000 Reward For Finding Instagram BugA 10-year old boy has just become the youngest person ever to receive a reward from Facebook after he uncovered a bug on its Instagram platform.
Report: Fiat Chrysler, Google In Partnership TalksThe partnership would be the first to match an automaker with Google's 7-year-old autonomous car project, which is now part of the so-called X lab at Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company.
Google's April Fool Prank Backfires Big TimeGoogle's April Fool prank backfired Friday, making a lot of users very angry and forcing the company to take it down early.
Google Chrome Extension Reword Flags Your Insulting MessagesA new Google Chrome extension, Reword, was created to stop users before they hit "send" on negative comments.
Google Wants To Help Stop The Spread Of Zika VirusThe internet search giant has donated $1 million to UNICEF.
DMV: Google Self-Driving Car Hits Bus During Test RunAn accident report filed with California’s Department of Motor Vehicles says a self-driving car being tested by Google collided with a public bus on Valentine’s Day.
Local Students Take Virtual Field Trip To Madagascar, Great Barrier Reef And The MoonStudents at a local elementary school went to Madagascar, the Great Barrier Reef and the moon Monday. But they never really left their classroom.
Donald Trump Calls For Apple Boycott Due To Encryption Case Against FBIPresidential hopeful and GOP nominee Donald Trump is siding with the FBI, in their dispute with Apple.
Google Backs Apple In Encryption Case Against FBIWhether you have an iPhone or not, Apple and the FBI are squaring off in something they say effects everyone; national security.
One Step Closer To Driverless Cars As Federal Safety Regulators Weigh In On Google ProposalThere's no one behind the wheel, and that just might be OK. Transportation safety regulators tell Google that the computer at the helm of its car could be considered a driver under federal law.