Attempts by Big Content to accuse YouTube of piracy have crashed into the iceberg which is the US legal system.
Google's web-centric Chrome operating system debuted on July 7, 2009, with the very first Intel-based Chromebooks shipping on June 15, 2011.
Smart cameras are finally starting to show up, but according to outgoing Android boss Andy Rubin, they could have been around for years. Speaking at an event in Tokyo, Rubin said Android was originally conceived as an operating system for cameras, not phones.
In the aftermath of the Boston marathon bombings, Google has deployed its Person Finder tool which combs available records to track down friends or family in the wake of disaster.
Google has released its policies for its "internet for four eyes" project – Google Glass.
Microsoft’s Bing search engine is five times more likely to serve up malicious sites in search results than Google, according to German research outfit AV Test.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt believes more regulation is needed in the civilian drone market. The use of drones by law enforcement and enthusiasts is skyrocketing, but it is also raising new concerns about privacy, reports the BBC.
The Qube can best be described as a $129 set-top box powered by Google's rapidly evolving television platform that runs a specially designed UI designed by the industry heavyweight itself.
Software giant Microsoft has kicked off a nasty marketing war directly against Google and ended any pretence of niceness between the pair. The Vole has released a series of attack ads in the US which have upped the ante considerably in its trade war against Google which began five months ago.
The maker of fashion bags, Intel, is planning to push out a lot more hardware to the lucrative server market.
European regulators have received yet another complaint about Google’s business practices, and this time it comes from Fairsearch Europe, a coalition of Google competitors.
Google's web-centric Chrome operating system debuted on July 7, 2009, with the first Intel-based Chromebooks shipping on June 15, 2011.
The great and glorious names of the tech business are facing a class action over what might have been a trade cartel to control employee movements.
It has been a very bad week for Apple on the patent front. First the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) informed Apple that it could not trademark the iPad mini, then it said it would no longer enforce Apple's "rubber band" user interface patent. In other words, the USPTO made it clear that Apple can't go around patenting the English language and Newtonian physics.
Opera has sang that it is following Google as the search engine outfit forks WebKit and builds a new rendering engine called Blink.
Google is rumoured to be introducing a revamped Nexus 7 this July, which means it should land roughly a year after the first one.
eBay has driven up its share value after making bold forecasting claims.
In its forecast of annual earnings the net giant said it would push for an earnings growth of 15 percent to 19 percent over the next three years.
Google is not content with dominating the search and mobile OS space. Now it wants to deliver our groceries, too. The company is about to roll out a new same-day delivery service in San Francisco and several suburbs south of the city, AP reports.
Google has decided that Foxconn will get the contract for its internet eyeware, Project Glass.