The company’s Google Drive for Work offers all the storage you want for $10 a user per month.
Android is everywhere, including the living room, thanks to Google’s latest smart TV debut.
The smart home-monitoring camera company expands Nest’s portfolio.
Looks like everything from Google Maps to Project Loon might benefit in the not-too-distant future.
The more things change, the more they look like Facebook.
The tech giants (finally) bury the hatchet and join forces on patent reform.
The ruling would require Google to eliminate “irrelevant” search links if an affected individual person asks it to.
The search giant promises to stop scanning Gmail messages for education, business and government users to target advertising.
The former Googler won’t be headed to Lenovo along with his company.
Android may be an open operating system, but restrictions on use of Google’s app store are drawing antitrust scrutiny in Europe.
Brace yourself for a flood of new Chromecast apps, as Google finally frees developers to do what they like with its TV-streaming device.
Google is hoping to bolster its artificially intelligent systems with the purchase of DeepMind Technologies.
YouTube rolled out a Comments Page in response to outrage over its comment system introduced in September.
First Adobe, now this. Here’s your monthly warning to use keep your passwords strong—and unique.
Pretty soon our social media feeds could just be robots talking to each other.
Google’s new Tour Builder feature lets users map out stories using dropped pins.
So it might still be a showroom for Google Glass and other futuristic Google-y projects.
Forget the high-tech wonder of a wave-powered data center. The mystery barge may just be a place to show off Google X projects.
Google’s smartwatch is in late stage development, according to a report.
And dogs and cats will be living together.