Google's published its list of the most-searched terms of 2012, showing the world to be particularly interested in Whitney Houston, Gangnam Style and Hurricane Sandy.
Google Maps is now back on the iPhone, following the outcry from users when Apple launched its own, disastrous maps app in September.
Google has tweaked its algorithm to make porn images harder to find in the US, making SafeSearch the default option for image searches.
Google has reportedly received multiple offers for its Motorola set-top box division.
Google is to start charging small businesses for Google Apps, including Gmail and Google Drive.
Snapseed goes free as it lands on Android.
Like most systems today, Nintendo's Wii U is designed to do more than simply play games.
Mountain View has rolled out iOS updates for two major Google platforms: YouTube and Gmail.
The battle lines are being drawn over proposals by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) which would give national governments more control over the internet.
German government proposals to charge search engines for displaying snippets of news articles are coming under fire, with Google drumming up opposition to the plan.
Apple's wildly popular iPad continues to dominate the tablet market at 55%, although Cupertino's share of the lucrative space declined approximately 14% in 3Q 2012.
Press release site PRWeb has been forced to issue an embarrassing apology after posting a fake release.
Google's ChromeOS may not be as popular as Mountain View's mobile-oriented Android, but the cloud-centric operating system is certainly holding its own.
Nearly 300 Pakistani websites were down over the weekend after a hack from a Turkish group called Eboz.
To-date revenues accumulated by the global mobile application market remains on track to break the $30 billion milestone by the end of 2012.
Two US lawmakers have warned the Federal Trade Commission that it may be exceeding its authority in widening its investigation into Google.
Google is facing the biggest fine ever imposed by the Federal Communications Commission, a massive $22.5 million.
Google appears to have something against people with December birthdays, omitting the month from the feature which allows users to add birthdays and anniversaries to their contacts list.
ChromeOS and Android are two very distinct operating systems. One has taken the mobile world by storm, while the other can best be described as a web-centric work in progress.
Google's ambitions are pretty broad - and it may be about to move into a whole new area. According to the Wall Street Journal, it's in discussions with satellite TV company Dish about launching its own wireless service.