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Recent articles by Richard:

Google scraps plans to manage people's bank accounts

The retreat comes months after the departure of a key executive leading the effort. → Read More

Google adds context to search results, brings more wildfire info to Maps

The search giant unveils a handful of new features at its annual Search On event. → Read More

'Don't be evil': Google's iconic mantra comes into question at labor trial

The ethos has set Google apart from other companies for decades. It's under the spotlight again. → Read More

Google's 'Don't be evil' ethos comes into question in labor trial

The tech giant's famous mantra has set Google apart from other companies for years. Now it's under the spotlight again. → Read More

Google to review pay practices after allegedly underpaying temp workers

The search giant may owe more than $100 million in back salaries, according to reports. → Read More

Google extends return-to-office date to January

Employees can return earlier if they want to. → Read More

Google tries to explain its search business as antitrust scrutiny rises

The tech giant faces several major competition lawsuits. → Read More

Google received more than 20K geofence warrants between 2018-20

The search giant has "seen a rise" in the controversial requests over the last three years. → Read More

Google hopes Pixel 5A, a midtier 5G phone, will lift sales despite limited availability

Global supply chain issues crimped a larger rollout. → Read More

Google hopes its Pixel 5A will lift phone sales though its availability is limited

Global supply chain issues crimped a larger rollout. → Read More

Google infringed on Sonos speaker tech patents, trade judge says

The decision is preliminary, and a final ruling will be made in December. → Read More

Google bars apps from using location tracking tool that sells user data

In June, the search giant gave app that were using the service a 7-day warning. → Read More

YouTube suspends Rand Paul for misleading claims about masks

The Kentucky senator called the suspension a "badge of honor." → Read More

Google will let minors request to have their pictures removed from image search

The search giant announces a number of protections for people under 18, including making YouTube video uploads private by default. → Read More

Google accused again of price-fixing with Facebook in proposed class action suit

The complaint says Facebook was given "special information" for online advertising auctions. → Read More

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