The list was dominated by the East and West coasts, which accounted for more than half of the top 100 richest communities in the U.S.
Schmidt has been linked to a series of young women in recent years, but he does not seem keen to divorce Wendy even though they now live separate lives.
Elon Musk has warned artificial intelligence, if unregulated, will eventually become an existentialist threat to humanity, and his opinion has both famous supporters, like Stephen Hawking, and dissenters.
Peter Thiel, who financed the lawsuit that brought down Gawker, may have a new target in mind: Google.
Apple and Google executives talk about the death of former Intel CEO Paul Otellini. He died Monday at the age of 66.
Meet Kavita Gupta, the woman leading the first hybrid fund for blockchain startups.
Essential, the company from Android co-founder Andy Rubin, may reveal its upcoming smartphone later this month.
Jilian Rose Reed’s gown on MTV Awards is reportedly way too similar to the one Jennifer Lopez wore over a decade ago.
Google denied claims of bias after an internet video report surfaced Thursday accusing its search of favoring Hillary Clinton.
A jury unanimously upheld claims by Google that its use of Oracle's Java development platform to create Android was protected under the fair-use provision of copyright law.
Google In China: Eric Schmidt Says Chinese Government Will Determine When Google, Gmail And YouTube Return
The executive chairman of Alphabet says Google's role in China is "largely determined... by what the Chinese government will allow.”
Asteroid mining could be a trillion-dollar industry, and the tiny European country wants in on the ground floor.
The biggest test of DeepMind’s AlphaGo program comes this week, when it competes with South Korea’s Lee Se-dol, a master of the board game Go.
Google's annual developer's event is this week. Here are some launches the company wants you to forget.
In the midst of China's “hidden war” with the West, some warn growing Internet censorship may stifle technology and innovation. But the majority of Chinese Web users haven't noticed.
Tony Fadell, head of Google's Nest division, will take up the project and says the technology is too important to abandon.
The president is also expected to sign an executive order directing the government and companies to increase information sharing.
Asian corporations, especially from China, are leading an increasing number of investments into Valley-based mobile technology startups.
The search giant's chairman says new competition is arising every day on a number of fronts.
The FBI director says that encryption services that rose in response to the NSA's surveillance programs are hurting law enforcement.
Google Express becomes a proper revenue-generating business.
The next Google phone could be a bigger-than-Apple phablet from Motorola.
In August, Microsoft had also withdrawn its support to ALEC because its stance on climate change "conflicted directly with Microsoft's values.”
Google was mysteriously made available in China for a few hours during John Kerry's visit to Beijing.
A U.S. judge on Thursday said she had concerns about approving a $324.5 million settlement involving Apple, Google and two other tech companies in a lawsuit accusing them of conspiring to avoid poaching each other's workers.
Google said that it has made available a webform through which people can submit their requests, but stopped short of specifying when it would remove links that meet the criteria for being taken down.
A "notice fund" will be distributed among 64,000 potential class-action suit members; 5 lead plaintiffs will receive an additional $80,000.
People are already asking Google to stop linking to some personal information just days after an EU court ruling.
Apple, Google, Adobe And Intel Settle Antitrust Lawsuit: Silicon Valley Companies Agree To Pay $324 Million
About 60,000 employees filed the class action in 2011 claiming the companies adopted the “no poaching” policy to avoid a salary war.
A class-action suit against Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe alleges they conspired to cap salaries.