Hey, remember back when Google TV was introduced last year? It was supposed to change the way we interact with our TVs.
Google has embarked on an Amazon journey, and we're not talking about the online bookstore.
There's no denying Google is the leader in online search, but a new study says only two out of three Google searches lead users to what they're looking for.
Google will purchase mobile phone manufacturer Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, its most expensive acquisition ever.
Google's first-of-its-kind car with a highly sophisticated autopilot feature has had its first accident.
Perhaps you need some convincing before you'll believe Google can somehow legitimately challenge Facebook.
Google has just introduced its latest product, Page Speed, which promises Web developers faster load times for their websites.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner sees no way Facebook and Google+ can both exist, and says it's likely Google+ will come out on the losing end of the battle.
Google has reportedly paid $400 million for a company you've probably never heard of.
If you've been hesitant to update your Internet browser, you may want to pay attention to this.
You'll soon be able to access your Google Docs files even when you don't have an Internet connection.
Google is still slipping, while Yahoo and Bing are picking up the slack, but everything is moving at a snail's pace.
Google is looking to hugely increase the amount of information stored on Google Maps.
Ever since Google acquired Youtube, users have questioned the point of its previous video service, Google Video.
In its latest effort to give users total control over what kind of results they get when they perform an online search, Google has added a feature that easily allows website domains to be blocked from all future results.
If you have at least Android 2.2 or iOS 4, when you run a mobile Google search, you'll now be able to see a quick snapshot of each website result before loading the site in its entirety.
Google is working to add to the number of off-road Street View scenes online, as it prepares to take a specially equipped tricycle through some of the world's most famous trails and spots that a car can't get to.
If you run a Google search for Gingerbread, you're probably going to get nothing but a lot of Android news. But what if you want to see all the kinds of gingerbread confectionery recipes on the Internet? Now you can.
Blast away those school auditorium walls because Google is taking the creativity and emerging science acumen from young students and giving them a platform to showcase their work on a global scale.
It's that time of year, folks. Everyone's looking back at what happened over the last 11 months as we round out the end of 2010, and there's no better way to see what made news this year than to look at the most searched terms on Google.