“Project Wing” has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company’s secretive research lab.
Any amount of paid maternity or paternity leave is still a luxury for most American workers. But some companies are doing better than others.
Prepare yourself for a fact blitzkrieg!
A media mogul may be Twitter’s best troll.
If she shows you her wrists, if she waters plants, or if she smells, it’s a sure thing. Apparently.
Cupertino will be the first California market in which AT&T will deploy its fiber network. The telecommunications giant, whose $67 billion deal to acquire DirecTV is under regulatory review, may also expand the rollout to San Francisco, Oakland, and parts of San Jose, including Mountain View.
Yeah, that’s not the company’s official slogan.
How often should you change your bedsheets?
Twitch CEO Emmett Shear wasn’t born a leader, he became one almost by accident. And he now runs one of the most valuable video properties on the web, just purchased by Amazon.
In the past week, two new smartwatches have been unveiled. But neither are running a phone operating system, and both are being marketed largely around their looks.
Update: Google removed the Bomb Gaza game from its Play Store on Monday after it sparked criticism on social media. The game allows players to pilot an Israeli fighter jet attacking “terrorists” in Gaza.
The truth shall finally be revealed by our weird search history.
The social network reports that 70% of its global employees are male.
A Google search of the phrase “is Mormonism a cult” produced an answer in the affirmative on Monday. The search results have since been changed.
The $5 billion startup is revamping its applications to allow users to follow “interests.” The company says it’s somewhere between categories and Pinboards.
Go inside Doctor Who’s TARDIS!
Jeff Bewkes doesn’t like big media mergers, but that doesn’t mean he won’t make a good deal, from Rupert Murdoch or another bidder. He’ll do whatever creates the most value for shareholders, and now that most likely means selling.
The 26-year-old call girl accused in a Google employee’s overdose death appeared in court Wednesday on charges of manslaughter, prostitution, and other drug-related charges.
The Bolton News was told that a story from 2010 about the jailing of three men had been restricted in Google’s search results. Its response was to remind everyone exactly what the story was about.
An in-depth Q&A with the founder of the soon-to-be public Box.
“Can I marry my cousin?” SMFH.
Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Apple are effectively driving the cost of online storage to zero. Where does that leave the collective $15 billion of startups that cropped up charging for it?
The 26-year-old woman was arrested in Santa Cruz, Calif., and charged with manslaughter in the 2013 death of a Google executive. UPDATE: The woman is now being investigated for involvement in another possible heroin death.
Here are some fun things and some useful things that you maybe didn’t know you could do with Google search. Who knew Google had a “time travel” option? (h/t this Quora thread.)
You won’t be able to look away from the camera in the mirror.
It was the most frightening time imaginable.
The internet has gotten a lot less ugly.
Google is restricting the search results for certain articles, based on the complaints of people who are mentioned in them. Here are some of the first articles to be affected.