Far-right activist Tommy Robinson is asking for donations for his European election campaign on a new YouTube channel, despite the video platform imposing strict restrictions on him last month.
Brighton Marina has been voted the most photographic backdrop in the UK to take Instagram snaps, according to research by Google.
A boss at Google has said a loss of ad revenue after a number of bad news stories did not act as the motivator for the internet giant to take action against child sexual abuse on its platforms.
Senior Instagram executives have said that the social network is looking at the impact appearance-changing photo filters could have on young people’s well-being.
Five of the world’s largest tech companies have agreed to introduce new measures to their businesses to help eliminate violent and terrorist content from the internet.
Google executives have hit back at suggestions the company is not doing enough to tackle child abuse images online.
Google boss Sundar Pichai has said keeping people safe online is a priority for the tech giant as it opened a safety engineering centre in Germany.
Google has pledged more than £8 million to support organisations working to keep people safer online.
A former Google boss has defended the company’s record on tax and said the technology giant complies with “complicated” rules.
A British fact-checking firm is to receive a share of 25 million dollars (£19.1 million) worth of Google investment after being chosen as a winner in an artificial intelligence (AI) competition.
Google has revealed a string of software and hardware updates as the company set out its plans for the rest of 2019 at its annual developer conference.
Google has unveiled two new mid-range versions of its Pixel smartphones as the technology giant attempts to broaden its appeal.
Google is set to release an update for Android Auto that will give the software a major overhaul.
Google users can now delete data linked to their location and web activity after a set period of time.
Google’s latest financial results fell below analyst expectations as the tech giant absorbed a 1.7 billion dollar (£1.3 billion) competition fine from the European Commission.
Social media giants have pledged hundreds of thousands of pounds to the Samaritans charity in a bid to rid the internet of self-harm videos and other damaging material, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said.
Representatives from social media giants Facebook, Google, Snapchat and Instagram have been summoned by the Government to meet the Samaritans over plans to rid the internet of self-harm videos and other content.
The Google search engine is joining in the hype around the release of Avengers: Endgame by introducing a special Easter egg.
Google has said it will start giving European Union smartphone users a choice of browsers and search apps on its Android operating system, in changes designed to comply with an EU antitrust ruling.
YouTube is set to return to Amazon’s Fire TV streaming devices in an apparent end to a near two-year spat between the pair of tech giants.
Google has said it will carry out “more thorough” checks on app developers before approving items to appear in its app store.
A European Union lawmakers’ committee has approved a proposal to fine internet companies up to 4% of their revenue if they do not remove terrorist content within one hour of being notified by authorities.
Google has decided to end its short-lived AI council after controversy surrounding the appointment of a member accused of being anti-LGBT.
YouTube has clamped down on Tommy Robinson by putting a number of restrictions on his account but stopped short of banning the activist completely despite mounting pressure to do so.
Google has bowed to pressure to remove an app accused of promoting gay conversion therapy, months after Apple, Amazon and Microsoft took action.
Google has celebrated composer Johann Sebastian Bach with its first artificial intelligence-powered Doodle.
A Lithuanian man who duped Google and Facebook into transferring more than 100 million dollars (£75.7 million) into accounts he controlled has pleaded guilty to wire fraud.
Google’s £1.27 billion fine for alleged illegal practices in search advertising is the third time the European Commission has reprimanded the tech firm in less than three years.
Google has been fined 1.49 billion euros (£1.27 billion) by the European Commission for alleged illegal practices in search advertising.
Google is to begin asking Android users in Europe about their preferred search engine and web browser apps after being accused of abusing its position by the EU competition authorities.