To say that there’s a lot of hype around Made By Google’s latest product line-up is an understatement.
Facebook is on the hunt to recruit people who have national security clearances, as part of a broader push to address meddling on the social network ahead of general elections.
Alphabet’s connectivity initiative, known as Google Project Loon, is going to become its own company.
This week is truly an auspicious day for fans of smartphones.
Google will no longer force news providers to offer free content if they want articles to appear high in the search engine’s results.
It has been almost two decades since Sergey Brin was assigned to show Larry Page around Stanford University.
The search giant of the internet, Google, is celebrating its 19th birthday today.
How many of you have ever Googled “how to fix a lightbulb”?
Google has submitted details of how it plans to stop favouring its shopping service to comply with a European Union antitrust order.
2016 was supposed to be the year of voice but it looks like 2017 is too.
For the majority, it might sound surprising to hear that people are talking about Pokemon Go again.
Google Fiber, despite its still-small subscriber footprint, still generates plenty of hype, even after pulling back on its ambitious growth plans.
Google’s Project Fi — a wireless carrier launched in 2015 that many have never even heard of — is trying to attract new users by holding a contest encouraging existing customers to refer their friends and family.
Alphabet — the parent company of US search giant Google — has reported strong growth in the second quarter, with revenues up 21 percent compared to the same period in 2016 at $26bn.
Microsoft has been teasing bits and pieces about its big new Creators Update coming in the Autumn but has been quiet about when exactly it will get rolled out to Windows users.
When the European Commission slapped Google with a €2.4bn ($2.7bn) fine for giving priority placement in search results to its own shopping service, it set a precedent other tech giants need to pay attention to.
The global investment bank Goldman Sachs has relaxed its corporate dress code for technology and engineering employees in a bid to attract talent amid growing competition.
Apple’s annual developer conference is always chock full of new hardware and features for Apple devices.
Google was recently served with a record-breaking fine by the European Commission (EC) for breaking anti-trust law.
Hotels and online travel companies are constantly battling to retain audiences on booking sites.
After a seven-year investigation, the European Commission (EC) has ordered global tech giant Google to pay a record-breaking €2.4bn ($2.7bn) fine for manipulating search results.
Andy Rubin’s new startup, Essential, is launching with a flagship Android smartphone, running a custom OS.
The UK has been hit by three terror attacks, and a suspected fourth, over the past few months, causing death and pain to many people across the country.
Tech giant Google could be fined more than €1bn from Brussels for abusing its online search dominance to direct customers to its own Google Shopping service.
Google has teamed up with South Africa mobile operator Vodacom to offer offline YouTube videos with the ambitious aim of changing consumer behaviour.
The 27-year-old popstar Taylor Swift, worth an estimated $280m, will let the digital music service Spotify stream her songs again after three years.
As network operators embrace digital transformation, cloud billing is becoming an increasingly vital way to compete with the likes of Amazon and Google.