Alphabet’s directors were sued by shareholders for approving a $90-million exit payment to Andy Rubin, the creator of the Android mobile software, while helping cover up his alleged misconduct.
Is the rout ripping through technology stocks just another garden variety correction? In the long sweep of history, yes. But compared only to selloffs since the bull market began, it’s starting to get extreme.
Loon, spun out of the search giant’s X innovation lab in July, is teaming up with Telkom Kenya to build a network of high-flying balloons to connect people in the East African country
Google will start charging smartphone makers that want to install its app store and services for devices sold in Europe, changes it says it must make to comply with a European Union antitrust order.
GitLab, a platform for sharing and collaborating on code, has raised US$100-million to expand its suite of tools as it fights for market share with with Microsoft’s GitHub.
Apple’s new smartwatch is the latest proof: Big Tech is trying to remake health care in its own image.