Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently sat down for an interview with the New York Times as part of the publication's series of conversations with top executives about leadership.
Pichai told the Times that he tries to limit his kids' screen time at home. The TV in his home isn't easily accessible and requires "activation energy" to watch, the CEO said.
Pichai's comments are echoed by many tech executives, like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, who have revealed in the past that they're strict about how...
In a recent podcast interview, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt spoke openly about the company's infamously grueling interview process in the early days of the company.
Schmidt admitted that they interviewed one candidate sixteen times.
Eventually, they cut the number of interviews down to eight and today, Google has settled on a maximum of four to five interviews per candidate.
Schmidt also discussed Google's preference for hiring smart candidates from top schools, rather than focusing on prior...
Change can be hard, especially when it comes to your inbox.
Over the last few months, Google has been rolling out its new Gmail design, and some users aren't so keen on its look and feel.
The biggest shock seems to be coming from Gmail's new default view, which is much more bubbly and shows icons on the inbox home screen if there are any attachments within an email -- like images, slides, documents or spreadsheets.
. I realise this is a first-world problem, but #newgmail makes me...