The workers in a petition seen by Reuters expressed disappointment with Google not joining the "millions who want to defang and defund" police departments.
Companies are less concerned with being on the wrong side of history than hurting their bottom line.
Search engine says picture of former UK premier Winston Churchill remained missing due to an automatic update and "not purposeful", but apologised "for any concern".
The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times both reported that state officials in California and Washington are focusing partly on how Amazon treats independent sellers on its platform.
President Trump has strongly condemned protests, describing demonstrators as “lowlifes”. But a lot of other Americans, including powerful Republicans, disagree with him.
Many Google subscribers will be able to join the lawsuit that alleges the company has violated US federal wiretap law.
The RideFlux start-up brings together engineers who have given up well-paid jobs with some of South Korea's most prestigious firms to try to build a ride-sharing company for the tech-savvy nation.
The event was originally scheduled to take place virtually on Wednesday but it has been postponed as a result of violent protests in US.
Cash-strapped governments are leaning toward a new regulatory regime in the wake of pandemic relief efforts.
Feeling the pinch of rising Chinese tech, the Silicon Valley giants become political to stay in the game.
The move, which leaves France relatively isolated in Europe alongside Britain and Norway, reflects differences on how such apps should be structured, who has access to sensitive data and their effectiveness.
The pandemic lockdowns have solidified the notion of tech companies as a necessity as people’s reliance on the internet, smart phones, apps and social media has significantly increased.
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