Google Says Hackers Steal Almost 250,000 Web Logins Each WeekGoogle is digging into the dark corners of the web to better secure people's accounts.
Tech Giants Face Congress About Russian Interference In 2016 ElectionThe House and Senate committees are questioning executives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google about whether they knowingly allowed Russian operatives to use their platforms to interfere in the 2016 election.
Google CEO To Look Into Burger Emoji ControversyThe burger emoji is sparking some controversy online.
NASA, Google Team Up For Virtual Space ExplorationThe technology virtually transports users to mars from anywhere.
Google Photos Can Now Identify Your PetsYour furry friends are finally getting acknowledgment that they're not just an important part of the family -- they're also an essential part of your photo library.
Google: New Smart Speaker Was Eavesdropping On Users"My Google Home Mini was inadvertently spying on me 24/7 due to a hardware flaw."
Google Has Found Russian Ads Related To 2016 ElectionGoogle has identified tens of thousands of dollars in ad buys by Russian accounts that used YouTube or Google advertising to try to spread misinformation and sow discord in American politics, sources familiar with the company's investigation told CNN.
Google Has Sights Set On Artificial Intelligence Being Next Big ThingGoogle is betting on AI to bring radical change to the way we live.
Big Tech Has Big Plans To Help Reconnect Puerto RicoSome of these plans, of course, are more aspirational than others.
Google Unveils New Pixel Phones, Speakers, Futuristic HeadphonesThe company revealed on Wednesday its latest hardware product, including the Pixel 2 smartphone, futuristic headphones and two new smart speakers.
Zeoli Show Log 08.08.17On today's show, Rich discussed Donald Trump's promise to meet North Korea with "fire and fury" if they continue with aggressive missile tests, beer becoming cheaper than soda as a result of Philadelphia's soda tax, and the DOJ's release of 413 emails regarding Loretta Lynch's meeting with Bill Clinton.
Google CEO Slams Anti-Diversity Memo As 'Offensive'In a strongly worded company-wide email Monday, Pichai said parts of the 3,300-word manifesto crossed the line by "advancing harmful gender stereotypes" in the workplace.