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Google establishes a training space on its Silicon Valley campus for Howard University computer science students.

The search engine giant became focused on diversity after reports from 2014 showed that the company composed of the following: 60 percent were White and 31 percent were Asian, while 3 percent were Hispanic and 2 percent were Black.

Google announced the release of free internet for residents in the West Bluff neighborhood of Kansas City - the first area wired for Google Fiber.

Google.org's decision comes after the Mountain View, California tech giant announced plans this spring to recruit more women and people of color into one of the best paid growth industries in the nation.

It’s not every day someone gets to beat Google, but that’s what happened when Sanmay Ved purchased the domain for twelve bucks earlier this month thanks to a website flaw. Google got its domain back and told Ved that the company pay a penny for him to fork over the dot-com. The company changed its […]


After executives were slammed last year over low diversity numbers, Google is stepping up to help make Silicon Valley less homogenous and spread the wealth…

Google is offering scholarships to African Americans, Hispanics and women who are interested in the field of computer technology. Google will be offering $10,000 a year to students planning on attending 4-year universities in fields related to computer science and computer engineering. SEE ALSO: Young Futurists Of 2012 Black Web 2.0 Reports: Applicants should demonstrate […]

California — Saying Google and Silicon Valley have failed to hire Blacks, Latinos and Asians into the tech industry, the local Black, Latino and Asian coalitions in Northern California protested at Google’s headquarters. The groups are filing a federal complaint claiming that 34 of the groups they requested hiring information from, only 12 provided them […]

Rapper, Wiz Khalifa was the 3rd most googled person on the internet this year after singers, Justin Bieber and Kesha. Rapper Nicki Minaj was the number 4 most googled person of the year and rapper Kid Cudi was number 8, ahead of Kim Kardashian. RELATED STORIES Antoine Dodson’s “Bed Intruder” Is Most Viewed YouTube Video […]