Career Coach: Utilizing Google To Make The Job Search EasierFinding a job is never easy, especially when you're looking with more than 30 million Americans out of work.
Scammers Take $5,000 From Suburban Mom After Fraudulent Ads Pop Up On GoogleAbbey Coffey is a mother of three. Santa got her son a new iPod, but on the day after Christmas his Apple ID wasn’t working, so she Googled "Apple support number."
Judge Signs Off On Search Warrants Demanding Jussie Smollett's Data From GoogleA judge has ordered Google to get involved in the investigation into Jussie Smollett – specifically with regard to why charges against the “Empire” actor were filed and then abruptly dropped.
Chance The Rapper's New Coding Project For CPS StudentsThe hip hop artist joined forces with Google to launch the game coded by Chicago Public School students.
Another Google Customer Service Headache: Dozens Of Calls To Get A Refund On A Defective Pixel PhoneAfter the Morning Insiders told you about a family’s outrageous battle with Google, we heard from people with similar horror stories around the world.
Is Dealing With Google Customer Service A Dream Or A Nightmare? One Family's Horror Story Touches A NerveMany people described infuriating struggles with customer service at Google, but some made it seem like dealing with the tech giant is a snap.
Getting The Runaround From Google; How Did A Relatively Simple Customer Service Problem Turn Into A Maddening Ordeal?The Google website might be helpful. But dealing with real, live, breathing human beings at the tech giant can be infuriating.
Google Customer Service Nightmare: More Than 50 Emails To Get Tech Giant To Fix Pixel Phone BlunderCBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory investigates an outrageous battle for a customer trying to return a broken Pixel cell phone.
Google Buys Fitbit For $2.1B, Stepping Back Into WearablesGoogle's lack of wearables has been a blind spot that it is fixing with the Fitbit purchase and the upcoming launch of its earbuds, the Pixel Buds, this spring, UBS analyst Eric Sheridan said in a research note.
YouTube To Pay $170 Million Fine After Violating Kids' Privacy LawGoogle's video site YouTube has been fined $170 million to settle allegations it collected children's personal data without their parents' consent.
Apple, Google Continue Inclusive Push With New EmojisThere are also wheelchairs, prosthetic arms and legs, as well as a new guide dog and an ear with a hearing aid.