Google has introduced a new feature to notify Gmail users of potentially "suspicious" account login activity.
You might think Google had enough of a fight on its hands as it protests about censorship in China. But Google, along with Yahoo, is also complaining about newly-released plans to introduce an internet filter in Australia.
Samsung has launched its Galaxy S smartphone at CTIA 2010.
The Chinese government has indicated that relations with the US won't be damaged by Google's decision to stop censoring search results in the country.
Google has launched an open source scanner that allows web app developers to probe nascent applications for security vulnerabilities.
Following persistent concern over privacy, Google is working on a plug-in allowing users to opt out of having their activity monitored by Google Analytics.
Google's aggregated Google News site draws more traffic to news outlets than any other online source, but users who track news on Facebook are more likely to revisit those news sites.
Blackberry Leaks has obtained a number of images that appear to depict an unknown device running OS 6.0.
The brickbats are flying in the Google-vs-Viacom copyright case, with Google accusing Viacom of setting YouTube up.
Well, that's a bit embarassing: Google has had its trademark application for 'Nexus' rejected, as a small Oregon firm already owns it.
Microsoft's Bing search engine took 12.5% of all search engine requests across the globe in February, a new record for the "decision engine."
Google wants you to ‘exchange’ your Microsoft Exchange software for its own Google apps, and is making it ever easier to make the switch with a new Google Apps Migration service.
The Federal Trade Commissioner has harshly criticized Google’s controversial launch of its Buzz social networking service.
It was only a matter of time: Google is now reportedly working on a new software interface for Internet-enabled TV sets, further expanding the online behemoth's stretch from its search engine roots.
Google has announced an AT&T compatible version of its Nexus One smartphone.
Hitwise reports that Facebook managed to reach an "important milestone" by surpassing Google to become the most visited US website for the week ending March 13, 2010.
A recent study conducted by Crowd Science claims that nearly half of all Blackberry owners would likely switch to another smartphone, with a majority of those choosing Apple's iPhone.
When Steve Jobs declared at the iPad’s launch that the device would not support Flash because it was a "CPU Hog," one boffin set out to test the truth of the statement, and found it to be subjective at best.
Ex-Sun man Tim Bray has joined Google and started as he means to go on, with a blistering attack on the iPhone.
China has told Google's partners in the country that they should have a backup plan in case Google shuts its services down.