Google's Sundar Pichai has announced that it has extended its hybrid work setup for employees until January 10, 2022 to give them "flexibility and choice" before they're expected back in the office.
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Google's Sundar Pichai confirmed that the company will delay the return to office to October. He further iterated the importance of vaccination and noted that employees will need to get vaccinated.
Former President Donald Trump has said he will be sueing Facebook, Google, Twitter, and their CEOs for violating his first amendment right to free speech. They say he incited the Capitol violence.
The testimony of Big Tech CEOs was released on Tuesday. The chief executives make the case that they're not a monopolistic force in the industry, and face stiff competition from competitors.
Google has invested in many Indian businesses, including through its growth equity investment fund CapitalG. The company aims to help accelerate the digitization of the Indian economy.
Google plans to invest ₹75,000 crores (approximately $10 billion) in India in the next five to seven years to help accelerate India's digital economy. India is a key overseas market for the company.
In addition to offices opening from June, Pichai also announced a day off in late May, so that employees can deal with the burnout resulted from working from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Google's Sundar Pichai has said in a piece for the Financial Times that governments should create new regulations for artificial intelligence technologies in a bid to prevent abuse.
After almost a decade with DeepMind, the company's co-founder, Mustafa Suleyman, will now be joining Google directly to work on applied artificial intelligence starting January next year.
In an open letter published on Google's blog, founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have announced they're stepping down from their roles as CEO and President, respectively, of Alphabet.
Google's CEO Sundar Pichai reiterated that the company will not budge on the 30% cut it demands of all Play Store purchases, a response to Epic Games' decision to distribute Fortnite directly.
Google's CEO, Sundar Pichai, is due to go before Congress on Tuesday. The speech that he is set to deliver has already been published so you'll be able to read it in advance of the event itself.
Sundar Pichai, Google's CEO, is set to meet with Republican lawmakers later this week to discuss the company's future plans for China. Also on the agenda are allegations of bias against conservatives.
In a series of open letters, the United States Congress has questioned the bungling of the embargo for Meltdown and Spectre by various tech firms, including Microsoft, Intel, Apple, and Google.
The CEO of Google managed to move the cheese in the company's hamburger emoji, which had been placed under the patty, but this was before a Twitter storm had already erupted on all manner of emojis.
Alphabet took to Wall Street with what can be called blockbuster earnings and surprised analysts with a 'beat', also noting that the latest in its smartphone line-up, the Pixel 2's pre-orders doubled
With today being World Food Day, Google has announced that every year on this day, it will donate the proceeds from the sale of a collection of games and apps in its Play store to aid world hunger.
The author of the controversial 'anti-diversity' memo that called women inherently inferior to men has been fired by Google after Sundar Pichai, CEO of the company denounced the document.
Although Android Marshmallow is only on 0.5% of active devices, questions are already being put forward regarding the name for the next major release of Google's operating system.
Google has announced that Sundar Pichai will be the new CEO of Google as the company is reorganizing; a new entity, Alphabet, will become the company that oversees Google and many other businesses.
Sundar Pichai, Senior VP at Google, has unveiled that the next version of Android will be announced at this weeks upcoming Google I/O. Google I/O 2014 will be a two day event and start on June 25th.
According to Sundar Pichai, senior VP at Google, the rumors surrounding Google's $10 billion bid for Whatsapp have been greatly exaggerated. The VP said Google had never actually made any bid.