Monkey Selfies, Eclipse, Bitcoin, Lauer Top Google in 2017Here are some of the terms Google says had the highest sustained spike in traffic compared to 2016, filtered for spam, repeat queries and adult keywords.
E.T. Found? NASA's Mystery Announcement Spurs SpeculationNASA will be addressing the specifics of their discovery Dec. 14, which the space program says was made using a "learning machine" produced by Google.
The Best Tech Gifts For 2017A review of the best gifts to get for the techie in your life this holiday season.
Cortex Innovation Districts Getting National AttentionWe are on the national radar, according to the head of the Cortex Innovation District after two technology giants held events there last week.
Google to Invest $50 Million to Prepare Job Seekers for 'Future Of Work'Google will invest $50 million "for the changing nature of work," starting with investments in the U.S. and Europe to train job seekers and improve working conditions for others, the company announced last week.
Google Debuts New Job Search FunctionsGoogle has rolled out a new function aimed at helping people find jobs.
Google Reveals Most Misspelled Words By Each StateGoogle released its list of the most misspelled words by state, and people are having a ball mocking their fellow Americans.
Illinois Senators OK Internet Privacy MeasureIt would also allow internet users to determine which third parties companies such as Facebook or Google are sharing their personal details with.
Illinois Moves to Implement Internet Privacy SafeguardsPrivacy advocates say such state protections are needed, particularly given what's happening in Washington, where the Republican-controlled Congress voted to block broadband privacy regulations issued during the end of the Obama administration.
Google Maps Now Includes Parking InformationGoogle Maps can now help you with parking!
What Did We 'Google' the Most in 2016?According to Google Trends expert Susan Cadrecha, the most-asked question this year was, "What is Pokemon Go?"
Viewers Became"Fact-Checkers" During Presidential DebateThe viewing public now has its own "fact-checking" devices at their fingertips.