By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - Google has entered into an agreement with Berkshire Hathaway electric utility NV Energy to power its Nevada data centers with advanced geothermal electricity, the U.S. technology company said on Wednesday. The deal, which has been

By Patricia Vilas Boas SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Alphabet's Google said on Tuesday that Brazil will be the first country to test an anti-theft feature for Android phones that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to identify when a phone has been stolen

Google also brought its Pixel Tablet to more countries in Europe in mid-May. It is a product that has, by now, strong competition both within and outside the Android 'house'. The reference is, of course, to the iPads, recently updated by Apple

By Laila Kearney (Reuters) - Amazon, Google and Microsoft have signed initial agreements to develop new power contract terms with electric utilities in the U.S. south aimed at lowering the cost of building new nuclear technologies and batteries, Duke Energy said

By Haripriya Suresh and Ashwin Manikandan  BENGALURU (Reuters) - Alphabet's Google will pick up a minority stake worth $350 million in Walmart-backed Flipkart, valuing the Indian e-commerce firm at $37 billion, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Google

A search engine with ChatGPT to offer a different alternative to Google and take market share from the leader in one of the most profitable segments. OpenAI's next move is to challenge on its own turf its strongest, richest and most

By Akanksha Khushi, Costas Pitas, Eric Beech and Shreya Biswas WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Video sharing platform Rumble said on Monday it has sued Google, arguing the tech giant has engaged in anticompetitive practices across its digital advertising products and sought damages

By Yuvraj Malik  (Reuters) - Alphabet unit Google said on Friday it would invest $3 billion to set up a data center campus in Indiana and expand sites in Virginia. A boom in artificial intelligence applications has increased the demand for cloud

By Daniel Wiessner (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google on Friday said it will roll back requirements that U.S. suppliers and staffing firms pay their employees at least $15 an hour and provide health insurance and other benefits, a move that could