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Recent articles by Richard:

Google's Pixel 6 phones are coming with a chip the Apple rival designed in-house

The search giant's latest phones have a radical new design. Will it be enough to woo consumers? → Read More

Google to require vaccinations as Silicon Valley rethinks return-to-office policies

Apple, Facebook, Twitter and Netflix are also updating their COVID-19 protocols. → Read More

Google to require vaccinations for on-campus workers, postpones return to office

The change comes as the highly contagious Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus spreads across the world. → Read More

Google's business booms even as antitrust woes escalate

The search giant has been in Washington's crosshairs for allegedly anticompetitive behavior. → Read More

Alphabet launches robotics software company Intrinsic from X moonshot lab

The venture from Google's parent company aims to make industrial robots cheaper and easier to use. → Read More

Google employees angered by search giant's 'hypocritical' remote work policies

Employees were already stirred up over opaque policies on remote work. Then a senior executive announced he's moving to New Zealand in what some workers consider special treatment. → Read More

Google's 'hypocritical' remote work policies anger employees

Employees were already stirred up over opaque policies on remote work. Then a senior executive announced he's moving to New Zealand in what some workers consider special treatment. → Read More

Google will warn people when search results could be unreliable

The notices will pop up during breaking news and other "rapidly evolving" situations. → Read More

Morgan Stanley to ban unvaccinated people from New York offices

The system will rely on self-attesting. → Read More

Morgan Stanley to ban unvaccinated people from New York office

The system will rely on self-attesting. → Read More

Google rolls out tool to show its employees compensation changes for transferring offices

The search giant has said it will determine salary by region, so people leaving expensive cities like San Francisco may see decreases. → Read More

Google's New York City store is part retail site, part 'exploratorium'

The search giant opens its first-ever retail store, as it tries to capture some of Apple's success in retail. → Read More

Google's Gmail gets new collaboration tools in major redesign

The search giant also details new features for its Meet videoconferencing service. → Read More

Google updates search algorithms to combat online slander

It's a rare move for a company that's been historically reluctant to intercede when it comes to search results. → Read More

Google should be declared a public utility, Ohio AG lawsuit demands

The search giant should be classified similarly to electricity and gas providers, the complaint says. → Read More

Google removes diversity executive over anti-Semitic blog post

Kamau Bobb has been moved to a role focused on science and tech education. → Read More

Google removes diversity executive over antisemitic blog post

Kamau Bobb has been moved to a role focused on science and tech education. → Read More

Alphabet faces pressure from shareholders on human rights at annual meeting

Activists pushed Google's parent company to adopt new policies. → Read More

Google buried location settings so people wouldn't disable them, court docs claim

The search giant also pressured other Android manufacturers to make the settings less prominent, according to newly unsealed documents. → Read More

Google pay discrimination lawsuit granted class-action status

Plaintiffs in the case will be allowed to represent more than 10,800 women who alleged gender bias against the search giant. → Read More