Google has said it will plug a loophole in the Incognito mode of its Chrome Web browser in a bid to better protect user privacy.
Advocates and opponents of breaking up big technology firms are falling prey to some serious misconceptions
US technology giants are headed for their biggest antitrust showdown with congress in 20 years as lawmakers and regulators demand to know whether companies such as Google and Facebook use their dominance to squelch innovation.
The company that brought you free digital maps and e-mail wants to do the same thing for your drone.
Peter Thiel, one of US President Donald Trump’s top Silicon Valley supporters and donors, took aim at Google and the hi-tech industry over the companies’ focus on global markets while brushing aside US interests.
Internet services such as search engines and social media platforms have increasingly been provided by a small number of very large tech firms. The blockchain could help consumers wrest control of their privacy away from them.
Amazon.com is developing a higher quality version of the Echo speaker and ramping up work on its home robot.
The White House is launching an investigation into France’s proposed tax on Internet giants such as Google, Amazon and Facebook, in a move that could lead to US taxes on French imports.