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Mustafa Suleyman: The liberal activist who cofounded Google’s $486 million artificial intelligence lab
The DeepMind cofounder wants to see that artificial intelligence benefits the many, not the few.
It’s an open secret that Google is quietly working on an entirely new operating system that’s different than Android — here’s ...
Google Fuchsia code is running on a Google Pixelbook and barely qualifies as a beta, but it still might give a flavor of what Google is aiming at.
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.
It's surprisingly easy to find films on Amazon Prime suggesting that President Barack Obama was a puppet or that the world is being taken over by a reptilian alien species.
Spotify investor and well-known Silicon Valley figure Shakil Khan has dropped a harassment lawsuit filed in London against his estranged brother, Tanweer Khan.
Hyped augmented reality startup Blippar lost £34 million and warned it needs more money to stay afloat
Hyped augmented reality startup Blippar has posted losses and warned that it needs to raise more money to stay afloat. The company said in its 2017 earnings that it was in talks with strategic investors for new cash, but said the funding was not yet agreed.
The New York FBI's cyber division chief, Aristedes Mahairas, has voiced frustration with big tech companies for making it harder to investigate crime. He told Business Insider that every device the FBI is prevented from accessing represents 'at least one victim.'
Australian media startup Unlockd has gone into administration after a lengthy battle with Google, which tried to disable its ad content and ban its app from the Play Store.
Rajeev Misra, the CEO of SoftBank's $100 billion Vision Fund, said he personally spent six months persuading Uber's board and shareholders to take his money.
Facebook’s confession about a bug that affected 14 million people signals a seismic shift inside the company
Facebook is finally becoming more transparent about bugs and leaks that affect user data. The company has proactively confessed to a bug that resulted in setting people's status updates to public by default, even if they had previously been set to private before.