There is one Google platform that is notably absent at this week's annual Google extravaganza.
Google’s $200 Nexus 7 may be one sweet looking and affordable tablet, yet it probably has very little chance of claiming significant market share from Apple’s wildly popular iPad.
Google's Glasses augmented reality technology could be hitting the shelves in less than two years' time, with the company today releasing a video of a drmatic set of stunts as viewed by the people taking part.
Google has debuted a $300 media player at I/O 2012 in San Francisco.
Google unveiled its long-awaited indigenously designed Nexus 7 tablet at I/O 2012 today in San Francisco, California.
Google is showcasing Jelly Bean, the latest iteration (4.1) of its Android operating system for tablets and smartphones at I/O 2012 in San Francisco, California.
Google researchers have built a neural network comprised of 16,000 computer processors in an effort to simulate the human brain.
Vizio has debuted a $100 set-top-box powered by Google’s TV software. The device can be used to access live TV, streaming Internet videos, apps and web content.
If you're a big fan of Lego bricks, you obviously know all about storing those little blocks and shelling out a significant amount of money to purchase multiple sets.
Google's biggest event of the year happens this week, and you know what that means.
The next version of Android won't be version 5.0.
The Texas attorney general is accusing Google of unreasonably withholding thousands of documents in an anti-trust investigation into its search policies.
Google is launching a new series of websites that will hopefully prevent more than 3,000 languages from dying.
If you're a fan of cheap and bare-bones computing, you probably have been coveting the petite and ultra low-priced Raspberry Pi.
Industry buzz is building for the upcoming Nexus 7, as rumors claim Mountain View's indigenously designed tablet will make an appeareance at Google's I/O conference at the end of June - and possibly hit virtual store shelves in July.
Sony is looking to get back into the Google TV market.
US Senator Charles Schumer is calling on Google and Apple to withdraw plans for 3D mapping, calling it an 'unprecedented invasion of privacy'.
Google's released data on the governments aiming to censor internet content, and says it's seen a worrying rise in the number of such requests from Western democracies.
ICANN has revealed the applications for new top-level domains (TLDs) - covering everything from .app to .pizza.
I’m at TechEd this week, a show that seems to be pointedly warring with Apple's wildly popular WWDC. Obviously, here is a lot trash talk going on between the two events.