Syndicated radio talk show host, author and creator of Prager University Dennis Prager joined Tucker Carlson Monday night to discuss his lawsuit against YouTube and its parent company, Google.
Tucker Carlson reported that YouTube, through its parent organization Google, is enlisting "trusted flaggers" to delete questionable video content from its platform.
In the latest installment in his investigation into how Silicon Valley is clandestinely interacting with Americans, Tucker Carlson sent a reporter around the District of Columbia to see how Google was tracking him.
Tucker Carlson highlighted the extent to which big technology companies seek to control our daily lives, zeroing in on several Google patent applications.
Tucker Carlson and author Mark Steyn discussed the corporate and political power Facebook and Google have over the internet.
Talk show host Dave Rubin claimed YouTube financially censored his videos when the platform "demonetized" them.
Tucker Carlson sounded off on what he saw as the limiting of free expression by the left.
The Google software engineer who was fired earlier this month for writing a memo assessing the political climate at the tech giant joined Tucker Carlson to discuss the company's "political biases."
Burger King released a new ad designed to trick the Google Home device into looking up the definition of its signature Whopper burger.
The Super Bowl commercial for Google Home set off devices in homes nationwide.
Google just released the top search terms of 2016, and President-elect Donald Trump was the most-searched person of the year.
A malware campaign known as Gooligan has reportedly infected more than 1.3 million Android phones by hacking into users' Google accounts.