Anduril, the start-up founded by Palmer Luckey, has secured a funding round, with money from Andreessen Horowitz, valuing the defense company at over $1 billion.
Building 8 was supposed to be the lab the launched Facebook into hardware, but it turned into a costly failure.
As it expands its footprint across the San Francisco Bay Area, Google will put $1B toward housing.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company is adding privacy features to Google Maps and giving users more control over data storage.
Hedge-fund manager Dan Niles told CNBC that the problem with Alphabet is it's not explaining to investors why it missed revenue numbers.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai went through nine interviews in 2014 before landing his first job at the tech company. Since then, things have changed significantly.
Microsoft is changing up its approach to looking into reports of inappropriate workplace behavior after employees spoke out in an email chain recently.
The bill, which Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., introduced with co-sponsor Sen. Deb Fischer, R-Neb., bans online platforms with over 100 million monthly active users from using so-called "dark patterns."
When you set conservative goals, as opposed to more ambitious ones, the satisfaction you get from achieving them is much lower.
In 2017, YouTube considered changing the way it pays creators to focus on engagement rather than hosting ads, Bloomberg reported.
Pichai is in Washington to address Google's work in China, where it's reportedly planning a censored search engine.
"Pretty fun to try out and see how A.I. and humans can be creative together," said Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Google announced its new video game streaming service Stadia on Tuesday. The services aims to take on consoles from Sony and Microsoft, as well as upcoming streaming services like Nvidia's GeForce Now and Microsoft's xCloud.
America's top two defense officials slammed Google's work with China on Thursday saying it has "indirectly benefited" Beijing's military.
Google "how to achieve your goals" and you'll get 712 million results. And yet, this is the method Google uses for its own employees. Pretty telling, isn't it?
Google will expand into Nevada, Ohio, Texas and Nebraska for the first time, adding new data centers in those states and offices elsewhere.
When you're president of the United States, you can have TV and Twitter for breakfast.
Alphabet's long-term bets are risky and may never pay off. Employees need to put in the kind of hours associated with start-ups and be able to share in the upside.
Sundar Pichai then went on to lead one of the world's largest tech companies. No big deal...
Microsoft's Nadella says regulation is needed to ensure the facial recognition market does not become a "race to the bottom."