Google announced on Thursday that it was shutting down 210 YouTube channels that were behaving in a "coordinated manner while uploading videos related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong".
Google appears to be in the firing line again for anti-competitive behaviour in Europe. The European Union is being urged to investigate the US tech giant's jobs search tool.
The tech giant is taking a leap of faith into the world of sustainability, with three pledges to integrate ethics into the brand.
The most exclusive event on the A-list calendar centred around environmental concerns this year. But were they missing something?
The EU has launched a formal investigation into how Amazon uses data from other merchants selling goods on its websites.
Huawei had planned for the possibility of a US ban: the company has been developing its own operating system, it has said.
The move came after President Donald Trump declared a national emergency over threats to American technology.
A new, info-packed game to learn how to reduce waste, save energy and food at home
With misleading medical news metastasizing across the internet, the management and prevention of illnesses is becoming more treacherous.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a statement that she will co-chair a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris next month that will seek to have world leaders and tech companies agree to a pledge, called the Christchurch Call, to eliminate extremist content on social media,
Austria is taking aim at tech giants the likes of Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon with the introduction of a 5% tax rate on digital companies' advertising revenues.
French police are calling for rabbits to join their ranks, Google discovered a way to talk to tulips: Here's a roundup of some of the best pranks.
Supporters say changes will protect content creators, while Google claims they will EU's creative and digital economies
MEPs voted on Tuesday in favour of the new copyright directive, including two controversial articles that were feared will harm Europe's creative and
The Dubai Lynx International Festival of Creativity hosted Steve Harvey this week in the UAE.
It's "the tax of the 21st Century": French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire unveils France's draft bill for a revenue tax digital giants
How soon after waking up do you check your phone? Do you compulsively refresh your Twitter feed? Can you find your way around without Google Maps? There are many obvious and tactile ways in which Silicon Valley has its hooks in our everyday lives.
Online hate must be combatted, and will is not enough – we must ensure the tools we are using are as optimal as they can be. Failure on either front will mean those who spread hate online win.
Thousands of Google employees marched out of 40 offices around the world last week, as part of a global protest following a bombshell report from the New York Times.
Google staff are staging a global walkout over complaints of sexism, racism and unchecked executive power in their workplace.
Jamal Khashoggi's death has caused some world leaders and top bosses in business to pull out of Saudi Arabia's investment conference.
In a new partnership between Google and the city of Copenhagen, the giant tech company started measuring pollution levels in the city to help find improvements to air quality levels.
'What is Brexit?' is second-most Googled Brexit question in the UK. Our team in #TheCube show you what people across Europe are really asking the search engine as the Brexit deadline looms.
The European Commission is considering imposing an hour-long deadline for social networks to remove terrorist and extremist content after voluntary measures appear to have failed.
Google’s smartphone services store users’ locations even when privacy settings are adjusted to shut these features off, according to a report by the Associated Press.
The mobile search app will block some websites and search terms according to two sources. It's after it abandoned the market 8 years ago on censorship concerns