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Recent articles by Richard:

Hundreds of Google workers demand changes to corporate harassment policies

The letter to CEO Sundar Pichai comes after a searing op-ed in the New York Times from a former Google engineer. → Read More

Google workers demand changes to corporate harassment policies

The letter to CEO Sundar Pichai comes after a searing op-ed in the New York Times from a former Google engineer. → Read More

Google's Pixel 5A 5G isn't canceled, will launch later this year

The search giant denied rumors the device was scrapped. → Read More

Google to hold I/O conference virtually from May 18 to 20

The annual developer confab is back after being canceled last year amid the pandemic → Read More

Google AI scientist resigns after controversial ousting of colleagues

Samy Bengio is the highest ranking Google official to leave the company as its AI division has been thrown into turmoil. → Read More

Waymo CEO John Krafcik to step down from self-driving car company

A pair of co-CEOs will serve as his replacement. → Read More

Google will likely allow some US employees to return to offices in April

Attendance will be voluntary until September. → Read More

In bed with Google: Sleep Sensing feature prompts privacy worries

The search giant already knows what you're doing for much of your waking life. → Read More

In bed with Google: A new Sleep Sensing feature prompts privacy worries

The search giant already knows what you're doing for much of your waking life. → Read More

Google Maps adds AR walking directions for malls and airports, 'eco-friendly' routes

The search giant also revamps its Maps app with new grocery pickup options. → Read More

Big Tech's danger to kids finally aligns Democrats, Republicans

House lawmakers on both sides of the aisle find something to agree on, and it's an issue that Facebook and Google can't ignore. → Read More

Christie's NFT auction closes at $69 million, as digital art sets off a 'gold rush'

The blockchain-backed technology gives artists a way to take ownership and collect compensation for digital works. → Read More

NFTs are turning digital art, tweets and memes into multimillion-dollar assets

The blockchain-backed technology gives artists a way to take ownership and collect compensation for digital works. → Read More

NFTs are turning digital art, tweets and memes into million-dollar assets

The blockchain-backed technology gives artists a way to take ownership and collect compensation for digital works. → Read More

NFTs storm the art world. But that's just the 'tip of the iceberg'

The blockchain-backed technology shines a spotlight on digital ownership. → Read More

YouTube will lift Trump suspension when 'risk of violence has decreased,' CEO says

The Google-owned platform suspended Trump almost two months ago. → Read More

Google will stop selling ads based on tracked individual browsing history

The search giant says the change is part of its push for privacy. → Read More

Google adds new productivity tools as companies look to hybrid work

The features come as businesses plan for a post-pandemic world. → Read More

House lawmakers argue to update antitrust laws to rein in tech giants

House lawmakers held another tech antitrust hearing. Getty The dominance of Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon was again in the congressional spotlight on Thursday, as lawmakers discussed ways to reform antitrust laws to rein in Big Tech. At a hearing before a House Judiciary antitrust subcommittee, the lawmakers examined the "gatekeeper power" of giant Silicon Valley companies -- the first in a… → Read More

Reddit is back up after suffering a major outage

The social site was down for about an hour. → Read More