Google Reveals The 'Most Googled' Topics Of 2017Hurricane Irma, the category 5 storm which battered Florida and the Caribbean in September, was the "most Googled" search term in the U.S. and around the world this year.
Matt Lauer, Eclipse, Bitcoin & Fidget Spinners: Top Google Searches In 2017Matt Lauer. Bitcoin. DACA. Monkey selfies. Jeremy Lin's hair. Do-it-yourself eclipse glasses. Tom Petty's death. National anthem protests in the NFL. And "Cash Me Outside."
E.T. Found? NASA's Mystery Announcement Spurs SpeculationNASA will be addressing the specifics of their discovery on Dec. 14, which the space program says was made using a "learning machine" produced by Google.
The Best Tech Gifts For 2017A review of the best gifts to get for the techie in your life this holiday season.
Google Shows Best, Worst Times To Head Out Of Town For ThanksgivingThere’s plenty to love about Thanksgiving – family, food, football – but if there’s one downside, it’s the traffic.
'We Are Really Close': Google Nearly Ready To Roll Out Self-Driving CarsGoogle's self-driving car spin-off is accelerating efforts to convince the public that its technology is almost ready to safely transport people without any human assistance at all.
Target Jumps Into Voice-Shopping ArenaTarget Corp. joins Walmart and Home Depot among others in partnering with Google on voice shopping.
4 Things To Know: Tax Reform, Twitter Characters & MoreFrom President Trump expected to announce tax reform to Twitter testing more characters, here are the four things to know for Wednesday, Sept. 27.
Google To Disable Neo-Nazi Website After Charlottesville ViolenceGoogle says it's canceling the registration of neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer for violating its terms of service, after it posted an article mocking the woman who was run over and killed at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.
Google Engineer Reportedly Fired For Manifesto On DiversityA memo written by a male engineer at Google about gender differences sparked a quick rebuttal from Google after it circulated widely online.
Google To Invest $50 Million To Prepare Job Seekers For The 'Future Of Work'Google will invest $50 million "for the changing nature of work," starting with investments in the U.S. and Europe to train job seekers and improve working conditions for others, the company announced last week.
Who's Googling You?Online expert David Erickson shares who's Googling you, and how you can better control what pops up first.