Google denies scooping up your car's data through Android Auto
Android Auto isn't getting all your car's diagnostic data, according to Google.
EU rules that US companies can't freely pull data out of Europe
Europe says no to the "Safe Harbor" agreement that Google, Facebook and others have relied upon for years.
How much should we trust tech companies?
Engadget editors Devindra Hardawar and Aaron Souppouris discuss why we're so quick to distrust tech companies, and whether it's fair.
EFF is building a stronger 'Do Not Track' browser setting
The EFF is joining a coalition to shore up Do Not Track's privacy standards. That way, DNT will actually work.
Microsoft makes it way easier to report revenge porn
Google, Twitter and Facebook have already taken a stand against revenge porn, now Microsoft is making it easier to flag.
Google Drive can stop others from grabbing your files
Google Drive is built around collaboration. And that's great! However, you probably don't want to...
Google's hidden data reveals details of 'right to be forgotten' requests
The Internet is unforgiving. Web search engines like Google neatly index the most embarrassing mom...
Google will pull 'revenge porn' out of its search results
An unintended side effect of the increasingly connected world we live in, is that sometimes your i...
France tells Google: expand 'right to be forgotten' globally, or else
It's been a tough year for Google, especially after it was told it must delist search results as p...