Google to sell groceries online

Google is not content with dominating the search and mobile OS space. Now it wants to deliver our groceries, too. The company is about to roll out a new same-day delivery service in San Francisco and several suburbs south of the city, AP reports. 

Foxconn will make Google Glasses

Google has decided that Foxconn will get the contract for its internet eyeware, Project Glass.

Report: Google prepping an Intel Haswell-powered Chromebook

Google is likely prepping at least one new Chromebook based on Intel's upcoming 22nm Haswell processor.

Google attempts to censor the Swedish language

Google is reportedly interfering with the Swedish language - putting pressure on the Language Council not to include "ogooglebar" in its yearly list of new words.

Intel to slash prices on Ultrabooks

Chipmaker Intel is still struggling to market sleek and pricey Ultrabooks, which are facing more competition than ever from high-end tablets and hybrids. However, it could finally be about to make them a bit more appealing to cash strapped consumers who won't have their savings taxed by the Cypriot government.

Apple under investigation by Eurocrats in Brussels

Investigators at the headquarters of the European Union (EU) in Brussels, Belgium, are looking into allegations that Apple’s terms and conditions to sell its iPhone in Europe breach anticompetitive rules.

Apple snaps maps company up

In what the Wall Street Journal dubbed a 'map war', Apple has bought a Silicon Valley startup called WifiSLAM which suggests the company wants a hand building indoor mapping for iPhone users.

Report: Google wants in on smartwatch race

Rumors and speculation over an impending smartwatch race amongst industry heavyweights have been increasing in recent months.

Google transforms the web into a 3D maze

Google has debuted a mini-game for Chrome that transforms websites into 3D landscape mazes.

Google's Schmidt lashes out at China

Google's Eric Schmidt has called China the "most egregious" example of a country trying to control the net.

Google insists Android and Chrome will remain separate, acknowledges overlap

Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt has confirmed that Mountain View's mobile Android operating system and web-centric Chrome OS will remain two distinct entities, at least for now.

Video: Google Keep goes live for Android devices (and the web)

Google has officially rolled out an advanced note-taking platform dubbed "Keep" for mobile devices running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above. Users can also sign in with their Google Account via a web browser.

Google man reveals all about DRM

DRM software is nothing to do with protecting software companies from piracy, a Google engineer has claimed.

Google says Chrome OS was "partially" exploited in hacking contest

Despite initial reports to the contrary, Google has acknowledged that its web-centric Chrome OS was partially exploited at its Pwnium 3 hacking contest two weeks ago by a researcher known as "Pinkie Pie."

Small businesses indifferent to web adverts

Small businesses don’t appear to be too interested in cheap web ads offered by Google, Yahoo, Facebook and other outfits. Although the ads are very cheap indeed, small businesses in the US are simply not going for them.

Google updates Jelly Bean Gmail app

Google has updated its Gmail Android app, which now allows users to save time on the actions they use most often: reply, archive, and search.

ARM Cortex-A15 chips to power a new generation of tablets

Chips based on ARM's Cortex-A15 SoC are typically found in high-end tablets like Google's Nexus 10 tablet or Samsung's latest Chromebook.

US cryptographer sounds alarm over security

A top US cryptographer has warned that your internet connection might be grassing you up to every spook with access to a database.

Report: Google's Nexus 7 is going high-res and so is Apple's iPad Mini

Google is reportedly in the process of revamping its 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet with a high-resolution display.

Andy Rubin steps away from Android, starts new chapter at Google

Google CEO Larry Page has confirmed that Android co-founder Andy Rubin is starting a "new chapter" at Mountain View as he hands over the Android reins to Sundar Pichai.