Google Launches Duo, The Newest App In Video-ChattingThe app, Duo, hopes to rival the list of video calling options such as FaceTime, Skype and Messenger.
Report: Fiat Chrysler, Google In Partnership TalksThe partnership would be the first to match an automaker with Google's 7-year-old autonomous car project, which is now part of the so-called X lab at Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company.
FTC Rules Amazon Is Liable For In-App ChargesA federal judge has ruled that Amazon is liable for in-app purchases made by children, the latest development in a suit filed by the Federal Trade Commission in 2014.
Google Plans Seattle Office Expansion Next To AmazonGoogle is planning a move from the Fremont area of Seattle to four new buildings next to Amazon.
DMV: Google Self-Driving Car Hits Bus During Test RunAn accident report filed with California’s Department of Motor Vehicles says a self-driving car being tested by Google collided with a public bus on Valentine’s Day.
Google To Begin Testing Self-Driving Cars In WashingtonGoogle says it will begin testing its self-driving cars in Kirkland, Washington.
Google To Test Self-Driving Cars In KirklandGoogle has a large campus in Kirkland, located about 12 miles east of Seattle
Ford Begins Testing Self-Driving Car In The SnowAs Google tests self-driving vehicles on Bay Area roadways, Ford announced they are testing autonomous cars in snowy environments.
What Do Washingtonians Google?Real estate blog Estately looked at what each state Googled more than any other state in 2015
Google To Stop Consumer Sales Of GlassTech giant says it will make significant redesigns to the Internet-connected eyeware.
Google Working On Pill That Could Detect Cancer CellsStill in the experimental stage, the pill is packed with tiny magnetic particles, which can travel through a patient's bloodstream, search for malignant cells and report their findings to a sensor on a wearable device.
Sen. Wyden: NSA Tech Spying Hurts EconomyThe Oregon Democrat held a public forum with Silicon Valley executives to discuss the threats from ongoing government electronic surveillance.