When you run a search on Google, your results are going to be just a little more up-to-date, thanks to a new search infrastructure that was just announced.
Internet Explorer keeps declining, and Mozilla needs to keep a watch on the Google at its back.
Google has denied that it did anything wrong in collecting Wifi data with its Street View cars, as Connecticut becomes the latest state to demand answers.
Australia's attorney general has called for a police investigation of Google's collection of Wifi data by Street View cars.
A Google Music logo spotted on the 'Net may indicate that the Mountain View-based company is poised to take on Apple iTunes with its own Android-based service.
European regulators are set to receive data inadvertently collected by Google from unsecured WiFi networks across the Continent.
Apple has imposed a strict "Safari only" policy for its recently launched HTML5 demo. Other browsers - including Google's Chrome - are blocked from loading the showcase features.
Baboons with MBAs who can type 140 characters a minute jump to front of employment line.
Google says the massive furore over Wifi snooping by Street View cars was all the fault of one software engineer.
ABI Research has predicted that Linux-enabled smartphones - led by Google's Android - will comprise 33% of the global smartphone market by 2015.
That's not a typo in the headline; Google has updated its mobile search engine so that people who run a search from their iPhone will be provided with a list of matching apps.
Google has unveiled a new feature that allows users to upload their own pictures to use as the background image on Google.com's main landing page, without affecting the search platform's load times.
Should the so-called "fragmentation" of the popular Android mobile OS concern Google? Well, not according to Dan Morrill, who described the over-used term as having "little to do" with reality.
Google's initial release of its long-awaited Chrome operating system is expected to focus on the lucrative laptop sector.
Microsoft has responded angrily to claims that Google is banning Windows from staffers' machines.
Wireless data service firm Innocomm has partnered with Telegent Systems, a provider of free analog TV reception for smartphones, to bring out the first Android phone with built-in TV accessibility.
Although Apple's arbitrary and capricious censorship on the iPhone App Store has become legendary, even the most self-proclaimed open app platform on the market has to regulate itself sometimes.
Google ditches Windows. Hell breaks loose! Pink newspaper roils the Internets. Windows users cry, "D'oh!"
Does Google's wildly popular Android mobile OS pose a clear and present danger to Microsoft Windows?
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has opined that Android - rather than Windows - will power the majority of next-gen tablet devices.