Google has announced that users can upload up to 50,000 songs to their personal music collection and store them on the cloud through Google Play Music for free.
Google began tuning its mobile search application to better answer people's questions about common ailments from tennis elbow to the measles.
Google is planning to sell wireless phone service directly to consumers using the networks of Sprint and T-Mobile.
Arunachal Pradesh today became the first state in the country to launch a web-based educational programme for all schools in collaboration with Google.
Google has set up a platform for museums to help them showcase their exhibits to smartphone users. According to TC World, through partnerships between museums worldwide and the Google Cultural Institute, there are now 11 museums and cultural institutions that have participated in this pilot project to date; their apps are live now on Google Play.
Online search giant Google is all set to shut down its Google News service in Spain Dec 16 before a new intellectual property law, also known as "Google Tax", is introduced in January.
The British government yesterday slapped a new tax rate on multinational companies that seek to avoid paying their fair share to Treasury coffers.
Google is working on making kid-friendly versions of several of its popular products to attract 12 and younger kids, an age group which as of now can t legally access those services at all in the United States.
Google has announced that Gmail web users can now open and edit Microsoft Office-supported attachments. This addition makes it easier for people to quickly interact with the file.
Baris Gultekin, the engineer who developed Google Now, a sort of "personal assistant" for users, imagines a future in which mobile phones "will work" for us and will give us useful information without having to ask for it.
Google is one of the few companies out there that don't let opportunities to crack jokes go away. And what's a better day to crack jokes and pull pranks on the first of April, the day we like to call "April Fools' Day." Let's have a look at what Google (and various companies under it) are up to this year, compiled by TheNextWeb.
Apart from flattening its TouchWiz UI and removing most of the crapware that used to come in most Samsung smartphones that led to unnecessary wastage of internal storage, Samsung has also started giving preference to Google's services over its own similar solutions. One of the things we noticed in the Galaxy S5 is long pressing the home button no longer takes one to S Voice, which was Samsung's own voice search and personal assistant application. Instead, it opens Google's voice search app, like it happens with most Android smartphones.
Google s Gmail service and social network Google+ reportedly faced a worldwide outage following a technical error that was fixed in roughly 50 minutes. The two services went down at the same time when the site s engineers responsible for keeping it alive 24x7 sat down to answer questions on Reddit s AMA.