AWESOME! Google on Friday announced an initiative to provide 100,000 Black women with career development and digital skills training by spring 2022.
Google announced this week it’s taking several major steps to help get vaccines to more people, including opening several of its own mass vaccination clinics.
A group of Google engineers and other workers announced Monday they have formed a union, creating a rare foothold for labor organizers in Silicon Valley.
A rising junior at a Fairfax County high school has just won the "Doodle for Google" contest in the state of Virginia. Meanwhile, across the Potomac River, a Woodrow Wilson High School graduate won the contest in the District.
Google’s Aug. 5 doodle is serving as a friendly reminder of the importance of mask wearing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Google had previously told its employees to expect to work from home until at least the end of 2020.
The tech behemoth will offer three new certificate programs in Data Analytics, Project Management, and UX Design, according to a July 13 news release.
The idea is to help national governments roll out apps for so-called “contact tracing” that will run on iPhones and Android phones alike.
Google celebrated the achievements of black Americans with a commercial and website highlighting who and what was "the most searched."
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as CEO and president, respectively, of Google parent company Alphabet. The move caps more than two decades during which the pair have shepherded the one-time startup they founded in a Silicon Valley garage. Pichai, who has been Google’s CEO since 2015, will now also head up Alphabet. The company isn’t filling Brin’s position as president.
Speculation swirled at the beginning of the week that a deal might be imminent. Premarket trading of shares of San Francisco-based Fitbit Inc. were briefly halted before the acquisition was announced.
Following a lawsuit, Google agreed to pay owners of an original Pixel or Pixel XL who have encountered microphone issues with the first-generation phones if they were bought before Jan. 4, 2017.
Sarah Gomez-Lane from Falls Church, Virginia was announced as the 2018 winner of the Doodle for Google contest! She was inspired by her love of dinosaurs in her doodle.
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