The Justice Department says the company is on a "fishing expedition."
The tiff comes as the National Space Council, led by Vice President Pence, is set to meet again.
The Chrome tool has begun automatically blocking what Google has determined to be some of the Web's most annoying ads.
At a confirmation hearing for the Federal Trade Commission, several senators asked about the rise of Facebook and Google.
It is considered unprecedented, according to legal experts.
The HomePod was Apple’s big chance to reintroduce Siri to a world dubious of its intelligence — and Siri stumbled out of the gate.
Stymied by ad-blockers, Salon is turning to the controversial service Coinhive.
Uber's sudden settlement of a high-profile lawsuit filed by Google's parent company is the most striking example of Uber’s new lower-risk approach under its new chief executive.
Unilever executive Keith Weed will call on Silicon Valley Monday to better police what he describes as a toxic online environment where propaganda, hate speech and disturbing content that exploits children thrive.
The White House's plan to end federal support of the orbiting laboratory and privatize it would probably run into strong opposition.