The EU is expected to approve Microsoft's search deal with Yahoo this week.
Google has bought Aardvark, a social search company which allows you to badger complete strangers with stupid questions at the touch of a button.
A UK journalist has opined that consumers should be paying more - not less - for mobile applications.
Google has finally released an updated beta version of its Chrome browser for OS X that offers support for over 2,000 extensions and bookmark sync capabilities.
Google has announced plans to build and test a number of ultra high-speed broadband networks across the United States.
Google's Buzz is yet another product that gets thrown out by Google, and takes the Internets by storm only to fall short. Or does it? No one really knows how well Google does outside of search. It ain't no Microsoft or Facebook or Yahoo so, who is it?
The company that can do no evil has decided to see if it can get a chunk of yet more Internet real estate.
Amazon's recent acquisition of multitouch screen company Touchco hints that the Seattle-based corporation has big plans for its next-generation Kindle.
A recent FCC inquiry has apparently prompted Google to slash its Nexus One early termination fee (ETF) from $350 to $150.
Meanwhile, a $250 fee for existing T-Mobile customers upgrading to the smartphone was lowered to $50.
The superbowl may be over, but perhaps even more brutal than the post-game analysis is the commentary over the ads which played almost as big a part as the whole ball-ing drama itself.
Google is apparently planning to challenge Facebook by rolling out a new feature that will allow Gmail users to easily view and set detailed social status updates.
Linux Godfather Linus Torvalds has offered a ringing endorsement of Google's Nexus One smartphone.
Google has confirmed that it is working on a technology to allow real-time language translation on the phone.
Google has launched Ocean Showcase, a set of interactive underwater tours for Google Earth users.
Marshall Kirkpatrick of Read Write Web has hypothesized that Facebook could eventually depose Google by becoming the world's "leading" news reader.
The US Justice Department has criticised the deal struck between Google and copyright owners, and has called for changes.