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.
Google has unveiled its new video game streaming platform Stadia, which will allow gamers to play across multiple devices.
More than half of anti-malware apps on Android do not offer sufficient protection to people’s smartphones and tablets, a study has found.
Social media sites have been criticised over the speed of their action to remove footage of the New Zealand mosque shootings.
A Google employee has broken the world record for the most accurate value of pi, putting the number of digits at 31,415,926,535,897.
Google and Facebook’s stranglehold over the £14 billion digital advertising market will be examined by the UK competition watchdog amid concerns over the dominance of technology giants.
Google has revealed that it had to adjust the pay for some men working at the company who would have been paid less than women.
Jason Momoa fans have been sharing pictures of the hunky Aquaman star in an effort to rid social media of the similarly-named Momo meme.
Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has called on Google’s YouTube to follow Facebook in banning activist Tommy Robinson from its service as “a matter of utmost urgency”.
A north-east MSP has called on pro-eating disorder websites to be made less accessible.
Internet giants have warned ministers not to adopt a “one-size-fits-all” approach to regulation which could restrict growth and innovation.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright has said talks with Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg on how to tackle online harms were constructive but warned social network giants that they can no longer rely on self-regulation.
Google has apologised to users of its Nest Secure alarm system after admitting the presence of a microphone in the home security device had not been disclosed.
YouTube is changing the way it penalises users that breach its community guidelines, by simplifying the three-strike policy it enforces with more consistent punishments.
Efforts to detect and remove malicious apps from the Google Play Store have improved, Google said, after it increased the number of rejected app submissions by more than 50% in 2018.
Google has introduced two new tools it says will help users secure their data and passwords, as the technology giant marks Safer Internet Day.
Revenue and profit at Google parent company Alphabet has continued to rise, driven by its core Google products and digital advertising arm.
Google is introducing two new smartphone apps to Android that aim to help people with hearing difficulties.
Google’s outgoing social network Google+ will start to disappear from next week, as the company prepares for the site’s eventual closure in April.
Social media companies must be subject to a “legal duty of care” to protect the health and well-being of younger users of their sites, a report by MPs has concluded.
Facebook has been criticised for not acting quickly enough in the fight against fake news and lacking transparency on its progress.
Google has restored service to its Gmail platform after almost an hour of unexplained downtime, which left some users unable to access their email accounts.
Algorithms to beat traffic congestion are becoming more sophisticated by the day – but two students at a California university have developed one that can even chart the location of potholes.
Google has created a quiz designed to teach internet users how to identify phishing emails created to trick users into giving up personal information or downloading viruses to their devices.
France’s data privacy watchdog has fined Google 50 million euros (£44 million), the first penalty for a US tech giant under new European data privacy rules that took effect last year.
Protesters gathered outside the offices of Google in London on Friday to demonstrate against its controversial Project Dragonfly, a censored search engine for China.