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Recent articles by Richard:

Google reportedly under antitrust investigation in California

The search giant already faces intense scrutiny from state and federal officials for allegedly monopolistic practices. → Read More

Alphabet's Loon internet balloons launch in Kenya in first commercial deployment

The technology had previously been used only in emergency situations. → Read More

Google releases Android 11 beta, cancels launch event amid protests

The search giant says the event was nixed to "allow people to focus on important discussions around racial justice." → Read More

Google offers $1,000 credits to struggling small businesses. Travel CEOs say it's 'utterly underwhelming'

Travel companies that have been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic are calling for Google to do more. → Read More

'They may as well not do it': CEOs balk at Google's $1,000 ad credits for coronavirus relief

The credits account for less than a day's ad spending, the leader of one small travel business said. → Read More

Alphabet faces diversity and human rights criticism at stockholder meeting

The meeting comes as the US is engulfed by unrest. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and the fight for social media's soul

President Trump's attacks on social media highlight the differences between the leaders of Facebook and Twitter. → Read More

Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg and the fight for social media's soul

President Trump's attacks on social media highlight the differences between the leaders of Twitter and Facebook. → Read More

Google postpones Android 11 beta event amid protests in the US

The search giant says "now is not the time to celebrate." → Read More

Google won't be fully remote, CEO says, as other firms tout permanent telecommuting

"I expect us to need physical spaces to get people together," Sundar Pichai says. → Read More

Google removes QAnon apps from Play Store for violating terms

The search giant says it's combating "harmful information." → Read More

'That money was essentially burned': Google's aid isn't enough to save travel businesses, CEOs say

Travel companies criticize the search giant's coronavirus relief package as little more than a public relations play. → Read More

Google vowed to help small businesses amid the pandemic. Travel CEOs say it's not enough

Travel companies criticize the search giant's coronavirus relief package as little more than a public relations play. → Read More

Eric Schmidt, who led Google's transformation into a tech giant, has left the company

Schmidt exited as a technical advisor at Google parent company Alphabet in February. → Read More

Google sibling Sidewalk Labs nixes Toronto smart city project

The company cites "unprecedented economic uncertainty" as the reason for abandoning the project. → Read More

Android 11 beta is launching June 3, and it'll help you fight robocalls

The software is usually unveiled at Google I/O, but it's going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Android 11 beta is launching June 3, and it'll help you fight robocalls

The software is usually unveiled at Google I/O, but it's going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Android 11 beta is launching June 3, and it'll help you fight robocalls

The software is usually unveiled at Google I/O, but it's going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Google will launch Android 11 at an online event June 3

The software is usually unveiled at Google I/O, but it's going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Google's diversity numbers show incremental progress

The search giant's diversity chief is also asked about workplace matters, including the corporate structure of her role and Google's contractor workforce. → Read More