5 must-have travel apps that you can use with or without cellular data

For the world outside WiFi.

5 top translation apps for travelers

Don't let a language barrier hinder your next trip.

MLB becomes latest group to revoke its donation to Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

MLB joins Walmart, AT&T and other companies that have revoked their donations over Hyde-Smith's controversial comments.

Google has changed its policy on sexual harassment cases in response to employee demands

Abritration will now be optional for individual sexual harassment claims

Mic Daily: Trump releases a new xenophobic campaign ad

Mic Daily is a cross section of our most vital stories of the day.

Google employees around the world are walking out to protest a culture of sexual misconduct

Google workers respond to the handling of Andy Rubin's departure.

Google’s Pixel Slate wants to be both your laptop and a tablet — here’s how it works

Google's new tablet is two products in one.

Apple, Amazon and Google are at the Senate to talk about privacy. Here are the latest developments.

The big tech companies will have to explain themselves to the government.

While You Weren’t Looking: 5 stories from the Trump administration that aren’t about John McCain

While Trump lashed out on Twitter and continued to feud with late Sen. John McCain, administration officials left the White House and the Department of Education crafted new sexual harassment rules.

Thanksgiving 2018 airfare deals: The best time to book a cheap flight for holiday travel

Both Hipmunk and Google have released new data on the best times to book Thanksgiving travel.

Google is tracking your location even when you ask it to stop, study shows. Here’s the fix.

The report, which was published Monday, shows Google still tracks users’ movements.

Mary Golda Ross, credited as first female Native American engineer, is honored in Google Doodle

Here's everything you need to know about Mary Golda Ross

Google was hit with a record-setting $5 billion fine. Here’s how your Android phone might change.

The European Union said that the search engine company is violating antitrust laws.

Stories that pay off: 46% of LGBTQ employees are not out at work. One out leader could change that.

This week, we take a look at a leader who wants to support LGBTQ employees, the benefits of Summer Fridays, the ways brands trick you into buying products and how online shopping may change forever.

Google’s annual diversity report for 2018 has arrived — here’s the good, the bad and the ugly

The 22-page report tracks the company's racial and gender makeup as well as new initiatives that target inclusion.

Mic Daily: Scott Pruitt’s latest blunder, the effects of Trump’s farm bill on LGBTQ people and more

Every day, 'Mic' brings you important stories from around the world that fuel conversation.

Facebook comes under fire from politicians again — but for brand new reasons

Facebook's data-sharing practices are under fire once again after a recent 'New York Times' report.

Google seems to have removed the famous “don’t be evil” phrase from its code of conduct

It’s not just a matter of a deleted phrase. It’s a change in tenor.

What is the Rooney Rule? Here are the pros and cons of the popular diversity initiative.

The Rooney Rule is often touted as a means of diversifying the upper ranks of companies and organizations. Here's how it works — and where it comes up short.

John Legend is coming to Google phones as a virtual assistant

He's no Chrissy, but he'll do.

Gmail redesign introduces self-destructing emails, but do they actually get deleted?

Google's confidential mode is a self-destruct timer for emails. But they do still live somewhere.

Google and YouTube may be next to face public backlash after collecting children’s data

As the Cambridge Analytica scandal shines a spotlight on data protection, 23 groups are going after YouTube for the company's own privacy practices.


Police: 1 dead in YouTube shooting, 3 injured

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It’s not just Facebook — online quizzes also collect data about you

If you were a kid in the '90s, you probably didn't expect this privacy invasion.

Google users are finding that the search company may have more info on them than even Facebook

And you thought Facebook's data on you was bad

Google claims equal pay across genders and races, but that may not be entirely true

Google's done the math on the wage gap within their company, and even their shareholders aren't impressed