When users tried to access YouTube.com, they were greeted with a blank page that showed no videos. On the app, an error message read, "There was a problem with the network ."
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said that the adoption of technology at the second-biggest U.S. lender has allowed him to cut 100,000 workers in less than a decade.
In its Q3 earnings call, Netflix is predicting the future of television will be forged by Rupert Murdoch's "New Fox" live news and sports.
Netflix charted the Instagram follower bump for stars like Millie Bobby Brown from "Stranger Things," Katherine Langford from "13 Reasons Why" and Noah Centineo from "To All the Boys I've Loved Before."
It's not that being a retailer is a bad thing. But investors want drugstores to reinvent their businesses as Amazon's threat looms.
IBM, which reports earnings on Tuesday, is expected to again see declining revenue following a three-quarter run of growth.
Investors are looking at Netflix's subscriber additions, after the company missed estimates for the first time in five quarters last quarter.
A spokesperson for the Irish Data Protection Commission told CNBC on Tuesday that the Facebook security breach in September, in which hackers accessed information from user accounts, affected 3 million European citizens.
Boston Dynamics released a new video of SpotMini dancing to "Uptown Funk." SpotMini has also been seen opening doors and doing the dishes. The company said the robot will go on sale next year.
Lyft has hired JP Morgan to lead its planned 2019 IPO, which could value the company at more than $15 billion.
The case could have broader implications for social media and other media outlets. In particular, a broad ruling from the high court could open the country's largest technology companies up to First Amendment lawsuits.
A New Yorker article published Monday reveals a history of internal disputes at Google over the safety of Waymo's predecessor, Project Chauffeur.
CEO Jack Dorsey said just before 1 p.m. in New York that the problem "should be fixed."
In response to the European Union's $5 billion antitrust ruling, Google is changing the way it bundles its Android smartphone apps and allowing phone makers to use "forked" versions of the software.
Adobe completed its purchase of digital marketing company Marketo last month, and plans to close a deal for online marketplace Magento later this quarter — in what is expected to be another boon for revenue.
Amazon is hiring a data scientist for its benefits team, according to a new job post. The person will work closely with the joint venture between Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan, led by Atul Gawande.
Imagine saving millions of dollars just by changing light bulbs and floor wax. It's exactly what Walmart is doing.
Shares of SendGrid rose 15 percent Tuesday.
The professor at the University of Cambridge made discoveries in the fields of physics, mathematics and cosmology.
All of the accounts were hacked through phishing scams. The users hadn't enabled two-factor authentication on their accounts.
Huawei launched new flagship smartphones Tuesday packed with the company's top technology, in a bid to step up its challenge to Apple and Samsung in the high-end market.
Career coach Abby Kohut is on a personal mission: to reveal the job-search secrets recruiters won't tell you and to help everyone develop their careers. Here are her top tips for leveraging LinkedIn to land your dream job.
Amazon is now selling a new Kindle Paperwhite that has new Bluetooth connectivity, is water-resistant and will ship in November for $130.
With Lyft's new All-Access Pass, riders can take 30 free rides each month, as long as those rides would cost $15 or less each.
Morgan Stanley cut its 12-month forecast for Netflix, citing global trends like the strong dollar and rising interest rates as upping the online streaming service's expenses.
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Israeli cybersecurity company Sygnia said Tuesday that it will be acquired by Singapore investment firm Temasek Holdings, subject to customary signing and closing conditions.
Microsoft's Surface Laptop 2 is an impressive thin-and-light notebook with a good touch-screen display, a great keyboard and solid performance.
The Territory is the first of an "onslaught" of new vehicles Ford is releasing in China to refresh an aging product line.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai addressed reports of the company working on a censored search app for China by saying that the tech giant found that it could "serve well over 99 percent of queries."
The committee raised just over $2 million from July through late September. It also received eye-popping contributions from longtime Trump attorney Marc Kasowitz, who gave $50,000, and United States Steel Corp. donated $100,000.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey has an idea about how to fix the filter bubble problem.
When a Wired reporter confronted YouTube's Susan Wojcicki about the bad video search results for her own name, she responded that the company was "working on it."
Scooters are back in San Francisco, with the winners of San Francisco's permit program, Scoot and Skip, deploying their vehicles in the city on Monday.
The tech billionaire, who grew up in San Francisco, strongly supports a ballot measure that would tax companies with more than $50 million in revenue to add funding to help address San Francisco's homeless problem.
Coinbase has opened a new office in Dublin as part of a contingency plan to continue to have access to the European Union post-Brexit.
Allen passed away Monday afternoon at 65 years old, Vulcan said. His sister, Jody, said he was "a remarkable individual on every level."
Ming-Chi Kuo, who covers Apple, bumped his fourth-quarter iPhone XR and overall iPhone shipments estimate as consumers are expected to flock to the new cheaper iPhone.
Technology stocks' painful sell-off dragged into another session on Monday. Here's what three market watchers expect from the sector after recent weakness.
Shares of Twilio fell more than 4 percent in extended trading after the announcement.
Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene is the latest Silicon Valley leader to drop out of the high-profile Saudi Arabian conference dubbed "Davos in the Desert."
Parker, who founded Napster as well, said "it feels somewhat unsatisfying to constantly make products for teenage girls" and was especially worried about the impact of his consumer internet products on society.
"I think social media is increasing, unfortunately, identity politics, tribalism," Bezos said.
At the Wired 25th anniversary summit, a panel of health-care experts shared some advice for Atul Gawande, CEO of the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and J.P. Morgan health venture.
Instagram's former CEO Kevin Systrom spoke publicly for the first time since leaving the company last month, saying "no one ever leaves a job because everything's awesome."
Facebook said it removed 13 pages and 10 accounts that were used to spread military propaganda in Myanmar as part of its ongoing effort to combat the spread of misinformation on its social network.
J.C. Penney has a store within a quarter mile of roughly 47 percent of Sears' locations, Gordon Haskett analyst Chuck Grom said in a note to clients. The department store is among those that can benefit from Sears' struggles.
Activist investor Carl Icahn says Michael Dell and private equity firm Silver Lake are "manipulating" and "coercing" shareholders of the tracking stock of VMware into accepting their buyout offer.
Fidelity Investments, which handles more than $7.2 trillion in client assets, announced a new and separate company called Fidelity Digital Asset Services Monday.
Google's new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones launch this week, and they're two of the best Android phones you can buy.
Call it a match made in entrepreneurs heaven.
Adobe says a full version of Photoshop is coming to the iPad next year.
The Apple Watch could prove useful for patients undergoing knee and hip replacement surgeries by tracking their activity level after the procedure.
A report from the pro-government Turkish newspaper Sabah said journalist Jamal Khashoggi used an Apple Watch to record audio of his alleged killing inside the Saudi Embassy, but it would've been nearly impossible to do.
It's another means to bolster Apple Music as the company takes on streaming giant Spotify.
Apple earnings may disappoint investors because of a marked deterioration in Chinese demand for iPhones, Goldman Sachs say.
Major digital currencies edged higher on Monday as tether, a controversial token designed to be pegged to the U.S. dollar, fell more than 2 percent.
Activist investor Carl Icahn reported an 8.3 percent stake in Dell tracking stock and urged investors to vote against the proposed buyback by Dell Technologies of shares tied to its interest in software company VMware.
Bullishness around the gaming and image sensor business has prompted analysts to increase their price targets for Sony's stock.
Japanese conglomerate SoftBank has close ties to Saudi Arabia's government, with a significant amount of its investment capital coming from the company.
The Global Voyage Fund is "a billion-dollar fund focused on fintech and digital health, which are two of the most important areas for our company," Ping An Insurance Group's Chief Innovation Officer Jonathan Larsen told CNBC.
Researchers are hoping to use the Apple Watch to better understand binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is a near-perfect sports sedan, but you should probably lease one to make sure you're always under warranty.
As more self-driving vehicles hit the road, one of the industry's challenges is finding people willing to go along for the ride. The task may be move more difficult than the industry might hope.
"Tia Mowry's Quick Fix" is part of a slate of original programming from digital media and entertainment company Kin, which is building a business by bringing TV stars to digital platforms.
Amazon's new $15 minimum wage was 'inevitable,' retail veteran Gerald Storch tells CNBC.
The New York Excelsior has welcomed Mike Sepso, an esports veteran and former Activision Blizzard senior vice president, to its roster.
Investors in fintech company Square don't seem to approve of the departure of CFO Sarah Friar, but CEO Jack Dorsey certainly does.
News of six new digital streaming services this week may suggest we're in a bubble for online apps. That's probably not the future of media consumption.
The next time you drive to work, you could be making money before even clocking in — just by dropping something off that was already on your way.
In August, the FDA approved a mobile fertility app called Natural Cycles as a method of contraception. It's the first time that the U.S. has allowed a mobile app to advertise itself as a medical device that prevents pregnancy.
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That would mean Tesla has so far produced 3,700 Model 3's per week, short of the goal of 5,000 cars per week Tesla has been aiming for and occasionally hit.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff sparred over San Francisco's Proposition C, which proposes a new tax on large businesses to fight the city's homelessness crisis.
The entire market capitalization for cryptocurrencies fell by $18 billion over the course of three days, according to CoinMarketCap.com.
Softbank-owned Boston Dynamics released a new video of Spot helping with inspections on construction sites in Tokyo.
Facebook said attackers gained access to more than 30 million accounts. Here's how to find out if yours was one of them.
Facebook on Friday said a recent security breach impacted about 20 million less accounts than the company had originally announced after discovering the issue in late September.
Anaplan starts trading after days of market pressure punished technology companies.
Technology stocks roared higher Friday as the market's best-performing sector after posting substantial losses over the two prior sessions. Amid the choppy price action, two Wall Street experts recommended which tech names they see as solid bets.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk teased a Tesla-branded tequila earlier this year as part ruse on Instagram. Now the company has officially filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to trademark "Teslaquila."
Former White House Economic adviser Gary Cohn will join blockchain start-up Spring Labs.
Amazon's Jennifer Salke has a big job in front of her as she takes on Netflix and all the big TV networks in the content business.
Technology stocks moved sharply higher Friday, after a two-day slaughter saw the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index fall into a correction.
Opener hopes to bring vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicles to the masses. The company invited CNBC inside its headquarters to chat with Alan Eustace, a former Google exec who is the company's technical advisor.
Snap can still find ways to reverse recent usage trends and generally improve monetization, but at the same time the company could become an attractive candidate to go private with the stock's price at current levels, said analyst Brian Wieser.
Netflix shares jumped Friday morning after Citigroup said the recent tumble represents a buying opportunity for the entertainment streaming company.
Economist Nouriel Roubini said a recent sharp downturn in the prices of cryptocurrencies showed that nascent digital assets have poor fundamentals.
Uber Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi said he would not be attending the Saudi Future Investment Initiative (FII) conference in Riyadh.
The sell-off in cryptocurrencies was led by XRP and ethereum, which both dropped sharply, while bitcoin stabilized.
Anaplan said on Thursday that it's going forward with its debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday despite a plunge in tech stocks this week.
Kanye West suggested that President Trump fly in a new hydrogen-powered plane named the 'iPlane 1'that could be manufactured by Apple. But the design he showed the president was created by a graduate student in Detroit.
Jim Cramer explains how the cost of tariffs will squeeze retailers' margins.
Investor complacency over the past few days shows it isn't yet time to buy the dip, says Lori Calvasina, head of U.S. equity strategy at RBC Capital Markets.
Jim Cramer recommends seven technology stocks to investors as the stock market continues its multi-day losing streak.
Nouriel Roubini, one of the few economists who predicted the 2008 financial crisis, warns U.S. senators of the pernicious side of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies Thursday.
Volatility is spooking tech investors, but Eaton Vance's Yana Barton says the secular trends powering technology's rise haven't changed overnight.
The music arm of Chinese tech giant Tencent owns the four largest music apps in China and counts industry competitor Spotify as a backer.
Tesla charged higher prices to secure larger government subsidies, according to the Oregonian/OregonLive. Tesla said it was "entitled to every dollar of tax credits it received."
In the latest video from Boston Dynamics, a robot is shown running and then jumping from block to block in an activity known as parkour.
The Nasdaq Composite Index on Thursday became the first major U.S. stock market benchmark to dip into a correction, dragged down by losses across all the major technology-related companies.
Facebook announced it has removed 559 Pages and 251 accounts from its platform that broke the social network's policies against spam to mislead users into clicking their posts.
The U.S. Postal Service has proposed a 9-12% increase to the shipping service used by Amazon.com.
Uncertainty around rates, fiscal policy, trade, and the midterms mean it's a good time to be defensive, the Elevation Partners co-founder says.
Three influential Republican U.S. senators on Thursday asked Alphabet-owned Google to explain why it chose to delay disclosing vulnerabilities with its Google+ social network.
Analysts and tech insiders saw Friar's departure as a major blow to Square, whose CEO Jack Dorsey also runs Twitter.
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Snap is bouncing Thursday after plunging to an all-time low, but some say the worst isn't over for the long-suffering stock.
Slack is valued at more than $7 billion after a recent funding round in August.
Bitcoin, often called "digital gold" and billed as a safe haven asset, fell 6 percent amidst the stock market's biggest drop since February.
The top Wall Street tech analyst-turned-venture capitalist sees Apple as the notable exception.
Tamara Mellon saw an opportunity when she saw promise in Malaysian shoemaker Jimmy Choo Yeang Keat. Now she is ahead of the curve once again, reimagining the shoe industry as an online, direct-to-consumer retailer. Venture capitalists are listening.
Autonomous vehicles could change everything about the way we travel on the road, particularly during our retirement years.
Top Wall Street investors point to rising rates and deteriorating trade talks between the U.S. and China as reason to stay away from tech, while others see the worsening sell-off as an attractive entry point.
Technology stocks are set to head lower Thursday, after getting clobbered in the worst day in over seven years on Wednesday.
The Nasdaq is having its worst month since January 2016. But while Wednesday's drop was large, for much of the tech sector, this was the culmination of a months-long sell-off.
Toyota Motor and SoftBank are teaming up to develop self-driving car services.
Outgoing Twenty-First Century Fox Chief Executive James Murdoch is the lead candidate to replace Elon Musk as Tesla chairman, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday, but Musk in a tweeted reply to the newspaper said, "This is incorrect."
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Tesla, and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk filed a submission in support of the approval and resolution of civil matters, saying the terms were in the best interest of investors.
Samsung has revealed its latest smartphone, the Galaxy A9, the world's first rear camera with four lenses.
The rise of fintech won't threaten the existence of banks and it is the responsibility of authorities to make sure that traditional lenders are prepared for changes in their industry, policymakers and regulators said on Thursday.
Dialog Semiconductor has struck a $600 million deal with Apple to license its power management technologies and transfer some of its assets and 300 R&D staff to the U.S. technology firm.
The paper, called the Bali Fintech Agenda, outlines 12 considerations that policymakers can keep in mind when designing policies and regulations that can maximize the benefits of financial technology while keeping financial systems sound.
High-profile hacks on exchanges, warnings from regulators and scams in initial coin offerings have weighed on cryptocurrency prices this year.
Tech investor Chamath Palihapitiya addressed concerns about his investment firm, Social Capital, while also calling the start-up economy "a multivariate kind of Ponzi scheme."
Wall Street bull Tom Lee says take advantage of Wall Street's worst day in months and buy value stocks.
As of Wednesday's close, 52 of 65 components in the S&P 500 tech sector were down at least 10 percent from their 52-week high.
Stocks had their worst day in eight months on Wednesday after a sharp downturn in tech shares, coupled with persistently higher interest rates, spooked investors. Here is a look at some of the most staggering stats from the downturn.
Most of the available data come from federal sources such as the census and focus on race, education and income — three factors doctors cannot do much to change, Facebook's Dr. Freddy Abnousi said at a conference Wednesday.
AT&T's new HBO-focused streaming product isn't so much about keeping up with competition as it is about meeting customer demand, WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey says.
The big five technology stocks all fell more than 4 percent on Wednesday.
Payment company Square's chief financial officer Sarah Friar will step down, and take a job as CEO of Nextdoor, the company announced Wednesday.
Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey said people are leaving Facebook because the company is a very different place than it was in 2012.
Apple is taking another crack at digital television, marrying original content that will be free for device owners with subscription channels to existing media services.
Tesla has been planning to build a factory in Shanghai to gain cheaper access to the world's largest car market and compete with local electric car firms.
Chip stocks are plunging this month as traders react to surging interest rates and concerns over a potential downturn for the semiconductor industry.
SmileDirectClub, which produces at-home invisible teeth alignment kits, has raised new funding from investors that values the company above $3 billion, three people with knowledge of the matter said.
FBI Director Christopher Wray told senators, "be careful what you read," when he was asked about when the FBI learned of servers that reportedly were implanted with Chinese spy chips.
One of the world's largest esports broadcasters and producers is expanding to the U.S. with a PUBG parternship.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman and film producer Jeffrey Katzenberg have announced their new TV project will be titled "Quibi" on Wednesday at the Vanity Fair Summit.
The new service, anchored by HBO as lead brand, will host all of WarnerMedia's other properties, including movie and TV franchises, and follows AT&T's purchase of Time Warner earlier this year.
More than half of the stocks in the S&P 500 were in correction territory or worse on Wednesday, amid a sell-off led by technology names.
Search results in LinkedIn's recruiter tool will now provide more balanced gender results.
The Ford GT is a limited production vehicle prospective owners have to apply for.
Shares of online survey company, SurveyMonkey were down Wednesday, and fell below the IPO price from two weeks earlier.
Wealthsimple currently has more than $3 billion of assets under management and 100,000 clients under its belt.
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China is steadily upping bets on private space companies, leading among countries expanding market share in the nascent industry during the third quarter, according a report from investment firm Space Angels.
The U.S. is broadening its review of foreign investments in American companies. The aim is to block China from buying, investing or partnering in U.S. companies to acquire sensitive technology.
Travelers' digital insurance storefront is the first of its kind on Amazon's website, according to the company.
Online brokerage Robinhood built an independent clearing system that will allow it to settle and clear transactions, and custody assets, the company announced Wednesday.
Waymo is making its self-driving minivans available for public use in the Phoenix area by year-end.
A bug in Facebook's WhatsApp messaging service allowed hackers to take over users' applications when they answered an incoming video call, technology websites ZDnet and The Register reported on Wednesday.
Google+'s small, tight-knit community of loyal users are devastated that their favorite site will disappear next year.
Amazon.com's machine-learning specialists uncovered a big problem: their new recruiting engine did not like women.
Japan's SoftBank is in discussions to buy a majority stake in U.S. shared office space provider WeWork, a source said, potentially doubling down on one of its biggest bets on a loss-making startup.
Bremmer, who is the president and founder of political risk consultancy Eurasia Group, suggested a new economic downturn would lead to greater fragmentation across the globe.
Huawei's new chipsets are called the Ascend 910 and Ascend 310 and are designed to be used in data centers and internet-connected consumer devices.
An investment by Tesla investor Baillie Gifford boosts Nio's stock, which had fallen from highs it set shortly after the company listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
By connecting to your email and zeroing in on your purchases, the Finery app can digitize your wardrobe to create new, personalized looks with the clothes you already have. Its relationship with more than 10,000 stores aims to fill wardrobe gaps.
Zynga shares rose 12 percent on Tuesday following a report that the company was drawing takeover.
CNBC takes a first look at the Google Home Hub and the Pixel Slate tablet.
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CNBC gets a first look at Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones.
Investors have been pressing the sell button on Netflix, but one technical analyst says this is an opportunity to buy the stock on sale.
Google announced its new phone, the Pixel 3, during a press event in New York City on Tuesday.
A private insurer called Neptune Flood is taking on the National Flood Insurance Program that is underwater by $20 billion since Hurricane Katrina. The start-up believes its big-data approach to insuring disasters gives it a competitive edge.
ThirdLove is taking on the lingerie world with its direct-to-consumer bra company. Founded by former Google and Sequoia execs, the company believes data is the key to finding the perfect fit.
Women founders and CEOs of start-up companies receive a small portion of total venture capital dollars and company equity. But there's a growing movement in Silicon Valley to upend the boys' world, and wealth.
Snap's list of worries is growing longer: It's strapped for cash and will likely be forced to raise capital as early as mid-2019, according to one Wall Street research firm.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch reiterates its buy rating for Apple shares, predicting the smartphone maker will report earnings above expectations next year.
Macquarie Research begins coverage of Tesla with an outperform rating, saying shares of the electric auto maker can pop more than 70 percent.
LinkedIn's co-founder, who worked with Musk at PayPal, says Musk is focused "three, five, 10 years into the future."
Uber drives around the U.K. will take part in a 24-hour strike on Tuesday in an effort to secure better pay and working conditions.
The Irish Data Protection Commission said it was "not aware" of the security glitch and would reach out to Google to enable it to better comprehend the situation.
Antibiotic-resistance infections are on the rise globally, resulting in a major health crisis. SciBac, a Silicon Valley start-up backed by Peter Thiel's Breakout Labs, has invented a microbiome pill to tackle superbugs.
Sony showed off in-depth game play trailers for upcoming PlayStation 4 titles including "The Last of Us Part II".
Not every company that has been on Shark Tank has seen success beyond the tank. But two winners — Lovepop, a 3-D pop-up greeting card company, and Glow Recipe, a Korean beauty products company —are scaling fast.
Cisco says Textio's augmented writing tool, which creates gender-neutral job ads to resonate with a diverse pool of people, has greatly improved its diversity numbers. Ebay, DropBox, Twitter and others are betting on it too.
A football coach at Stanford left his dream job to launch Strivr, a start-up that helps athletes and employees train using virtual reality technology. Last month it landed a big deal with Walmart.
Geltor, a San Leandro, California-based company, produces the protein collagen used to create gelatin without animals. They began to use fermentation to produce collagen in a San Francisco lab and has secured $2.25 million in funding in 2016.
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For those hoping to build successful start-ups, no one has left a clearer trail of how-tos than Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
There are hundreds of companies around the world with the potential to become acquisition targets, unicorns or public companies. CNBC's second annual list of promising young start-ups highlights the ones to keep an eye on.
Avidbots, iUNU and 6 River Systems are among the start-ups on CNBC's Upstart 100 list that are putting robots to work doing "dull, dirty and dangerous" jobs previously handled by humans.
Virgin Hyperloop One is "very close" to deploying the technology in India, Richard Branson told CNBC.
Erik Brynjolfsson says that cyber experts he talks with report that companies and individuals are extremely vulnerable and more needs to be done to make information systems secure.
The tech giant declined to disclose how much it will invest in Grab, but the start-up said it is on track to raise about $3 billion in funds this year and has already secured $2 billion from Toyota and institutional investors.
Jim Cramer reveals why the real estate company's strategy in the housing market was the wrong move at the wrong time.
Jim Cramer points out the power players in the communication services space, a new market category that includes everything from telecom to TV.
Jon Sakoda, who left NEA earlier this year to start a venture fund backed by Cisco, has revealed some details of the fund in a regulatory filing.
LinkedIn's first acquisition since it was bought by Microsoft reinforces the parent company's commitment to its business social network.
It happened again: SpaceX launched a rocket from the coast of California at dusk on Sunday, and the atmospheric conditions created a stunning visual display.
Advertisers are spending three to five times as much on Amazon ads this year as they did a year ago, and some are moving 50 percent of their old Google search budgets to Amazon search instead.
The markets for smart speakers and music streaming are becoming more interdependent, a new study suggests.
It's something of a rare misstep for Google, which has largely avoided the privacy scandals that have plagued other social media companies in recent months.