Google's indigenously designed Nexus 7 tablet is all the rage for devs - much like Mountain View's Android OS which allows the community to code a never-ending stream of hacks, mods and tweaks.
Google has long offered a bug bounty to developers, security specialists and hackers who managed to identify security vulnerabilities in its software.
Adding credit cards to Google Wallet is becoming even easier for users with any kind of credit or debit card.
Acer's Iconia Tab may be one of the first tablets to get a Jelly Bean upgrade.
Google says it is acquiring Frommer's travel-guide business from John Wiley & Sons Inc for $25 million.
Google's to start demoting sites in its search results that receive large numbers of valid copyright-infringement notices - delighting the content industry, but worrying free-speech campaigners.
Motorola Mobility, now owned by Google, has warned its staff that about one-fifth of them face the chop.
Google's been hit with a whacking $22.5 million fine for violating a privacy settlement with the FTC and tracking the activity of Safari users.
Google's trialling a new search feature that display results from a user's emails alongside those from the web. It's also launched its Knowledge Graph service worldwide.
One of the most interesting projects Google is currently working on is probably the self-driving car, with Mountain View continuing to file a slew of patents related to advanced autonomous vehicle tech.
Facial recognition for the masses was once relegated to the pages of science fiction novels and futuristic dystopian worlds shown on the big screen.
From this fall, the pre-installed YouTube app will disappear from Apple's operating system, with the launch of iOS 6.
The evolution of mobile augmented reality (AR) is moving along at an accelerated pace, although analysts at ABI Research doubt Google's Project Glass marks the start of a paradigm shift.
Although it may seem like it isn't really available on any publicly-available device, the latest version of Android is already quickly adopting.
Google has released the biggest update yet to its mobile payment platform.
Google has quietly postponed the rollout of its $300 media player.
Sony's line of Xperia phones from last year might be eligible for the latest version of Android.
Google is rolling out ultra-high speed fiber in Kansas City.
According to Mountain View rep Milo Medin, the service is 100 times faster than today's average broadband.
Samsung is eager to get its phones updated to the latest and greatest version of Google's mobile OS.
Smart set-top boxes typically attract less attention than other connected CE devices such as TVs and game consoles.