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Recent articles by Richard:

Google workers demand company not work with ICE, CBP

Employees said working with border agencies would make the search giant complicit in human rights abuses. → Read More

White House reportedly enlists FCC and FTC in social media censorship order

Proposal would ask the agencies to help police tech giants like Facebook and Google over alleged bias. → Read More

Google now lets you find, listen to podcasts in search results

You'll also be able to discover podcasts through the Google Assistant. → Read More

Google Maps lets you pull up flight and hotel reservations on the go

The company is also expanding its test of augmented reality walking navigation, now called Live View. → Read More

Google targeted by Republican senators over Huawei project

The lawmakers are demanding answers about a smart speaker the two companies were reportedly developing. → Read More

Trump says he's watching Google 'very closely,' slams CEO Sundar Pichai

The president again accuses Google, without evidence, of anti-conservative bias. → Read More

Google Images gets a revamp with a focus on shopping

Photos of products will now show information on pricing, availability and reviews. → Read More

Google parent Alphabet posts strong results, as antitrust concerns loom

What scandals? → Read More

Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard sues Google for 'silencing' her campaign

The Democrat says Google suspended her campaign’s advertising account as she was poised to gain momentum. → Read More

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: Google’s work in China doesn’t raise concerns

Mnuchin said he had “direct discussions” with Google CEO Sundar Pichai this week. → Read More

I walked on the moon 50 years after Apollo 11

At Comic-Con, an impressive virtual reality experience starts aboard a space station, where you're led by a flying robot. → Read More

I walked on the moon 50 years after Apollo 11

At Comic-Con, an impressive virtual reality experience starts aboard a space station, where you're led by a flying robot. → Read More

Marvel's Shang-Chi star Simu Liu first asked for the job on Twitter

"Thanks for getting back to me," Liu tweeted to Marvel after the announcement at San Diego Comic Con. → Read More

50 years after Apollo 11, I walked on the moon at Comic-Con

An impressive virtual reality experience starts aboard a space station, where you're led by a flying robot. → Read More

Comic-Con has the nerdiest FedEx in the world

The shipping center is a necessary pit stop for collectors at the Con. → Read More

The Witcher doesn't 'need to be the answer' to Game of Thrones, showrunner says

Lauren Schmidt Hissrich says the show can "stand on its own two legs." → Read More

The SpongeBob SquarePants cast loves all your memes

But at Comic-Con 2019, the writers say they still live by one rule: don't try to force something to go viral. → Read More

Amazon's Comic-Con marketing blitz touches on immigration, segregation

The company's PR push for its new Prime Video series Carnival Row is unexpectedly topical. → Read More

Comic-Con is nearly 50: A glimpse of pop culture at its start

When 145 people met in a hotel basement for the first time, a movie ticket cost $1.55 and Simon and Garfunkel ruled the radio waves. → Read More

Inside YouTube, leaders look for ‘balance’ after scandals

Neal Mohan, second in command at the video site, handles an evolving role. → Read More