Is that an Android-powered smartphone in your pocket? No? Well then, what are you waiting for? Join the friggin' club!
Acer is reportedly planning to debut a number of Google Chrome-based devices at Computex 2010.
Froyo, Google's next-gen Android OS, was recently tested on a Nexus One smartphone and racked up an impressive 450% speed increase over version 2.1.
General Motors (GM) is reportedly in talks with Google to develop in-vehicle telematics that could potentially challenge Ford's Sync platform.
Microsoft has introduced the latest iteration of its Office software. An online version of the popular suite is also available in the Cloud, allowing users to access and share data in Word, Excel and PowerPoint across a variety of platforms and mobile devices.
Google has just pushed out its latest update to the Android version of Google Maps, which adds a slew of new functionality including the ability to instantly post location info to social networking sites.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam has announced that his company is working with Google to design a tablet computer.
Sprint today crashed any hopes of a CDMA version of the Nexus One in the US. Following the same decision as Verizon, Sprint will not be offering service to its own version of Google's in-house-developed phone.
Google's Android has trounced Apple's iPhone OS by capturing the coveted number-two position among smartphone operating systems.
Google has updated its sophisticated text translation software for Android-based smartphones.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has urged Congress to overhaul the country's outdated Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA).
Google has upgraded its popular search engine with a refined user interface (UI) that allows users to fully experience the "increasing richness" of the web.
Google could start selling digital books as early as June or July, through a service called Google Editions.
The mobile market is currently dominated by ARM's nearly ubiquitous architecture.
But Intel's Moorestown platform may herald the end of the beginning - rather than the beginning of the end - for ARM's mobile monopoly.
Google - one of the largest consumers of power in the world - is to invest for the first time in renewable energy with the purchase of a stake in two North Dakota wind farms.
The paranoid Parental Television Council (PTC) has launched a misguided campaign to eradicate porn from the Android Market.
Google’s Chrome increased its browser market share by 0.6 percentage points in April to 6.7%, while Microsoft’s Internet Explorer fell 0.7 points to 59.95%.
"More than three years ago, we set out to completely change the way people use their desktops." That's the mission statement from a start-up company that received the ultimate dream: a buyout from Google.
Carol Bartz, who is my favorite person in the whole world for the next three minutes, thinks Google's kind of one dimensional. Oooh, burn!