Cisco's Robbins has put years of work into developing local relationships in China, and his company is now seeing the rewards.
Google is working to adapt products like YouTube to serve the needs of mobile internet users with smaller budgets but big aspirations, NYT reports.
Google says it'll have wait times for nearly a million sit-down restaurants around the world, Verge reports.
Google may soon find a way to create A.I. technology that can partly take the humans out of building A.I. systems, NYT reports.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says any increase of security efforts would be unlikely to affect profitability.
The second day of congressional hearings for Google, Facebook and Twitter takes a harsher tone.
The tech companies are in Washington for a second day of congressional hearings to discuss foreign election interference on their platforms.
Alphabet reported third-quarter earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday and revenue that exceeded estimates.
The Guardian asked Sundar Pichai how it feels to be in charge of Google.
Employees demonstrated a conversation between someone speaking Swedish and another person responding in English.
More than 400 business leaders have signed a letter to the president calling on him to save DACA.
The CEOs of Facebook, Google and other tech companies are slamming the Trump administration for its plans to end DACA.
Google plans to hold an all-hands meeting to discuss the firing of James Damore and the controversial internal memo he wrote, according to Recode.
Fired Google engineer created a public relations firestorm just as CEO Sundar Pichai was about to start a family vacation.
The engineer whose complaint about Google's handling of diversity got him fired had some extremely bad timing.
Eric Weinstein, MD at Thiel Capital, made the comments after a Google engineer was fired for a controversial memo on gender.
In a memo to employees, CEO Sundar Pichai said the employee who penned a controversial memo had violated its Code of Conduct.
Alphabet also made 1,614 new hires in the June quarter, with a "sizeable" number coming in the cloud division.
The Google Brain research group wants to find better ways for engineers and end users to interact with AI software.
Some of Silicon Valley's most prominent execs have already started donating to both parties ahead of the 2018 midterms, Recode reports.