The US once again heads Google's list of governments that request its user data - and nearly 70 percent of requests came without a warrant.
Google's reported fourth quarter revenues of $14.42 billion, up by 36 percent on the same quarter last year - and bringing annual revenues up to over $50 billion for the first time.
The French government has released proposals to tax online businesses for the collection of personal data, in a move that would dramatically increase their currently-tiny tax bills.
One of the most interesting projects to emerge from Google's Mountain View HQ in recent years is the slick Project Glass wearable computer.
This week, Lenovo introduced its ThinkPad X131e, a web-centric laptop specifically targeted at students.
Google's planning a huge corporate headquarters in London, closing two offices and moving onto a £1 billion site in King's Cross.
Google's web-centric Chrome operating system debuted on July 7, 2009, with the first Intel-based Chromebooks shipping on June 15, 2011.
Analysts at ABI Research believe Amazon's cross-subsidized device paradigm offers a viable strategy for the company's tablet lineup.
Google's come in for a lot of stick over the years, over everything from privacy to monopolistic behaviour. Now, though, it stands accused of a completely new crime: running over innocent donkeys.
Facebook's launched its long-trailed social search service, allowing users of the site to answer queries such as 'which restaurants do my friends like?'
Google's mobile Nexus devices are fairly easy to unlock with bootloaders left open, courtesy of Mountain View.
Google might have its critics on the privacy and antitrust fronts, but it would be hard to fault the company when it comes to promoting a clean energy future.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has reportedly used his time in North Korea this week to explain to the government how beneficial an open internet is.
Piggybacking off someone else's Wifi is generally frowned upon - but Google is planning to allow residents of a 10-block area near its offices in New York to have a free connection.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt, along with former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, has arrived in North Korea for the start of a two or three day visit.
There are a massive number of Android devices - including smartphones and tablets - on the mobile market today.
Google is warning that users are at risk of phishing attacks after Turkish Certificate Authority TurkTrust mistakenly issued the wrong type of certificate to two organizations.
The Federal Trade Commission has completed its investigation of Google over unfair business practices - and the company's got off very lightly indeed.
Interest in Hewlett Packard's (Palm) Open webOS remains higher than ever, despite the fact that HP is no longer actively promoting the stalwart OS.
Samsung is fast becoming associated with all things Gogole and Chrome.