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Photos of the US president first popped up in Google image searches for 'idiot' after British protesters tried to make Green Day's 'American Idiot' trend when Trump visited the UK last week. Demonstrators are now trying to continue that trend by 'Google bombing.'
California’s Supreme Court just shut down a Silicon Valley investor’s proposal to split the state in 3
The California Supreme Court on Wednesday decided to remove a measure proposing the state be divided into three from the November ballot. The court said that “significant” questions over the validity of Proposition 9 had been raised.
This chart shows how dominant Google is in Europe and the UK: About 9 out of every 10 consumers there use Google’s search engine
Google was fined by the European watchdog commission for a record $5 billion in violation of antitrust laws, after a 2016 investigation led to the conclusion that Google had abused Android's dominance of the smartphone market in favor of its search engine and Chrome browser.
Amazon Prime Day shoppers around the world were stocking up on Instant Pots, PlayStation Memberships, home supplies, and more — see what the top-selling products were on Prime Day around the world.
‘The pain takes over and it’s torture’: Inside the search for new ways to treat pain as America fights against opioid addiction
Many chronic-pain patients are treated like addicts when they seek out opioid prescriptions as their best option. Can new types of non-opioid pain medications ease some of the pressure they feel over seeking pain relief?
Google has been fined an unprecedented 4.3 billion euros, or $5 billion, by the European Union's competition watchdog, which found three very specific antitrust breaches.
Google is accused of forcing smartphone makers to preinstall its services, such as Google Search, on Android. The timing couldn't be worse for Google given the growing global appetite to break up big tech.
Severe thunderstorms can quickly and easily be prompted by sweltering temperatures that bathe cities in sticky heat. Let science explain how it happens.
Netflix has spent over $30 billion on content since 2014 — over a third of it in the last year alone
Netflix's shared its Q2 earnings results on Monday, reporting subscriber growth that missed the mark by a little over a million. The stock price tumbled as some investors got worried.
How much money people have in the bank varies widely from country to country. The OECD tracks average household financial wealth across its member countries. Here's how household net worth compares across the world.