Google has ended a long-standing "invitation only" policy for its Voice platform. However, the service is still only available to users within the United States.
Adobe has launched the latest iteration of its Flash Player (10.1) for smartphones running Android 2.2 (Froyo).
People trust Apple more than Facebook, and Google more than Twitter, according to a poll from Zogby Interactive.
More than 30 states are considering joining an investigaton into Google's unauthorized collection of Wifi data from its Steret View cars.
Every time you punch in a lyrics search, or Google a specific artist or song, Google wants you to pay them to buy that music. That's the idea behind a new Google music store that is likely to launch later this year.
Dell has expressed interest in loading Google’s upcoming Chrome operating system on future laptops.
Google is reported to be working on a one-click micropayment system allowing newspapers to charge for content accessed through Google Search.
Kobo is now Android friendly! The free e-reader app - which is available on the Android Market - supports the popular ePUB standard, including rich text and images.
A very reasonably priced Android-powered tablet was recently spotted making the rounds at Computex 2010 in Taiwan. But does the 5-inch device have what it takes to make it in the crowded and Apple iPad-dominated marketplace?
Malicious hackers are reportedly exploiting a Windows XP zero-day vulnerability recently disclosed by Google engineer Tavis Ormand.
A number of PC manufacturers are reportedly prepping Chrome-based devices, including Dell, Acer and Hewlett Packard.
Online tracking firm Quantacast confirms that Google's Android continues to rapidly gain mobile operating system market share at Apple's expense.
US Senator John Rockefeller has criticized Apple and Google for refusing to participate in a recent Congressional hearing about online privacy.
Google is reportedly adding support for legacy PC apps to its upcoming web-based Chrome operating system.
Microsoft has criticized a Google researcher for publicly disclosing a remote code execution vulnerability affecting Windows XP and Server 2003.
When users went to Google.com this morning, something looked a bit different - quite a bit different in fact - causing a full-scale outrage like never before.
Microsoft, Intel and Google have teamed up with ISPs and others to create a broadband technical group advising on net neutrality and other issues.
After numerous developers noticed that their apps were disappearing from the Android Market, Google has fixed an apparent internal bug and apologized for not keeping its developers in the loop.
An XDA-Developers forum member known as Charnsingh_Online has coded a CyanogenMod patch that enables 720p recording on Google’s flagship Nexus One smartphone.
AdMob CEO Omar Hamoui has criticized Apple for effectively banning third-party iPhone data collection.