Someone is attacking Google and Apple’s shuttle buses

Two of the country’s biggest tech companies are under attack. Charter buses shuttling Google and Apple employees to and from work on a local highway have had windows shattered in the last week after they were hit with an unknown projectile. Cops investigating the matter wouldn’t comment on whether rocks,

Facebook is the world’s biggest — and saddest — cemetery

Facebook serves as a graveyard for an estimated 50 million people, with 3 million more Facebook users — at the very least — dying every year. The social media site dwarfs the world’s biggest cemetery, Wadi-us-Salaam in Iraq, which is the final resting place of a mere 5 million

Google’s new app matches selfies with famous paintings

The latest update to Google’s Arts & Culture app has created a viral sensation by allowing users to compare their selfies to museum portraits. Users, including a number of celebrities, have been taking to Twitter and Instagram to share their portrait “doppelgangers.” Comedian and actor Kumail Nanjiani was quite impressed

Google Arts and Culture app will show you your painting doppelganger

If you think millennials taking selfies is vain and self-centered, just remember that for hundreds of years, people sat for hours for massive, expensive oil portraits of themselves, usually to hang in their own homes. The free Google Arts and Culture app is bridging the gap between generational vanities

Top CES tech reveals include robot dogs, foldable television

LAS VEGAS — Who let the dog out? Sony rolled out a much cuter — and more sophisticated — Aibo robot dog on Tuesday, and it came off acting and moving a lot more like a real canine. The Japanese electronics giant retired the original Aibo in 2006 and went

Bezos scores big win for Alexa ahead of CES

Jeff Bezos was winning at CES on Monday — and the largest tech show of the year hadn’t even officially started. The Amazon chief executive was sitting pretty after HP, Asus and Acer each debuted PCs designed to work with the e-tailer’s Alexa — all part of Bezos’ plan

Bezos scores big win for Alexa ahead of CES

Jeff Bezos was winning at CES on Monday — and the largest tech show of the year hadn’t even officially started. The Amazon chief executive was sitting pretty after HP, Asus and Acer each debuted PCs designed to work with the e-tailer’s Alexa — all part of Bezos’ plan

Cars dominate the Las Vegas gadget festival

Autos are overrunning CES. As tech heads descend on Las Vegas today for the annual gadget fest, the auto industry will again command much of the attention — and space. Roughly 10 percent of the exhibitor space at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) will be dedicated to self-driving cars, including autonomous

Google is making millions off ads reeling in addicts

Google cashes in on ads from shady UK companies that make millions from vulnerable people seeking addiction treatment, an investigation by the Sunday Times of London found. The Web titan charges so-called referral agents up to $270 per click on ads that show up in its search engine, the

Amazon and Google are losing money in a speaker price war

  Amazon and Google both discounted their home speakers so deeply over the holidays that they likely lost a few dollars per unit — a troubling sign for Apple as it prepares to launch its HomePod speaker, analysts said. Both companies cut prices for the smallest version of their speakers,

Amazon and Google are losing money in a speaker price war

Amazon and Google both discounted their home speakers so deeply over the holidays that they likely lost a few dollars per unit — a troubling sign for Apple as it prepares to launch its HomePod speaker, analysts said. Both companies cut prices for the smallest version of their speakers,

Amazon’s feud with Google is getting pettier than ever

You can’t fire us — we quit! Amazon blocked the YouTube app on its line of Fire TV devices on Thursday — four days before Google was scheduled to strip it from Amazon’s platform in a lingering tiff between the tech giants. Now, users who try to access the YouTube

Google sets up classes to help staff reduce their personal tax bills

TECH giant Google is helping its own staff reduce their tax bills by giving them special classes. The firm advertised tax lessons for workers at its plush King’s Cross HQ with accountancy firm PwC ahead of the January return deadline. The Sun has obtained a poster advertising the workshops. Below

Eric Schmidt stepping down as executive chairman of Alphabet

Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said Thursday will step down as executive chairman of the search giant’s parent company, Alphabet Inc. Schmidt will remain on the board and serve as “a technical advisor on science and technology issues,” Alphabet Chief Executive Larry Page said in Thursday’s announcement. “Larry,

Eric Schmidt stepping down as executive chairman of Alphabet

Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said Thursday will step down as executive chairman of the search giant’s parent company, Alphabet Inc. Schmidt will remain on the board and serve as “a technical advisor on science and technology issues,” Alphabet Chief Executive Larry Page said in Thursday’s announcement. “Larry,

Eric Schmidt’s surprise Alphabet announcement rekindles “womanizing’ rumors

Eric Schmidt shocked Silicon Valley with a surprise announcement Thursday that he’s stepping down as executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet. The 62-year-old tech tycoon — who, according to Google co-founder Sergey Brin, was originally tapped as CEO in 2001 to provide “adult supervision” for himself and Larry

Amazon’s Prime Video app breaks records on Apple TV

Amazon’s Prime Video app has hit the ground running in its first week on Apple TV. The Seattle-based web giant’s popular streaming app — long available on rival boxes like Roku, Playstation and the Xbox — broke the record for most downloads of any tvOS app during the seven

YouTube signs deal with UMG, Sony over streaming policies

It’s seems like its all systems go for YouTube’s expected subscription music service. The Google-owned streamer on Tuesday reached a multiyear licensing deal with Universal Music Group , the world’s largest music label, that will provide increased compensation and require YouTube to better police its site, the companies said

YouTube signs deal with UMG, Sony over streaming policies

It’s seems like its all systems go for YouTube’s expected subscription music service. The Google-owned streamer on Tuesday reached a multiyear licensing deal with Universal Music Group , the world’s largest music label, that will provide increased compensation and require YouTube to better police its site, the companies said