Google’s naming and shaming rival email providers, pointing out Tuesday which of its competitors don’t fully encrypt users’ email. In a new section of its...
With Google unshackled from Motorola, the Internet giant can focus on its next generation products and services
"Google is not where we want to be when it comes to diversity,” the tech giant says
Just three days after the European Union’s high court ruled that citizens have the “right to be forgotten” from search engine results, Europeans are already...
The search engine for the privacy-minded is adding images, videos, news and more
Google's face-computer may be coming soon to a doctor's office near you
After years of legal wrangling, Apple and Google have agreed to dismiss all current patent disputes between the two companies, in a remarkable de-escalation of...
Google's multibillion-dollar project is part of a Silicon Valley race to extend Internet access to underserved corners of the globe
Google has been putting a lot of effort into making Google Glass seem like a fashionable device and not a vaguely creepy gadget for geeks. The wholesome Mother’s...
Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, Phoenix, Portland, Raleigh-Durham, San Antonio, Salt Lake City, and San Jose are on the list
Individuals in Europe hoping to have search results deleted have sent Google an average of 10,000 requests per day, or one every 7 seconds
Chrome users can now finesse Google-based search navigation without lifting a finger, by simply speaking a two-word phrase.
No, Google Glass discrimination isn't a "hate crime"
Individuals must provide links to the material they want removed, their nationality and a valid reason
The real potential for Project Tango lies in devices that are much smaller, or much larger.
Clicking on the Doodle produces a landing page with the latest FIFA schedules, scores, and news
TrackingPoint turns Glass into a remote sight for aiming around corners.
Spurred by privacy concerns, one writer decided to quit cold turkey — and found what she was searching for
Driverless cars are coming, whether we want them or not