Google has released Chrome OS 92, which supports eSIMs, bundles Google Meet, and offers other usability improvements.
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Google has released the first stable version of JetPack Compose, its modern UI toolkit for Android, and a new version of Android Studio.
Google announced today that employees returning to work at its campuses starting in late October will need to be fully vaccinated.
Google had a monster quarter of its own with its parent company reporting a net income of $18.5 billion on revenues of $61.9 billion for the prior quarter.
This evening, Google announced a new and more detailed timeline for implementing its Privacy Sandbox, which includes FLoC and Fledge.
What a difference an antitrust lawsuit makes. Google on Friday said it would delay the implementation of Play Store requirements for developers.
France fined $593 million for ignoring a 2020 ruling that requires the search giant to reach a fair deal with French news sources from which it stole content.
Google’s consumer and commercial customers will soon transition to a new Google Drive sync client for Windows and Mac.
Google argues that consumers have more choices on Android than they do on iPhone. That’s true, But it’s also irrelevant.
36 U.S. states and the District of Columbia have filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, accusing it of abusing its Play Store monopoly.
Google today announced that it will tweak Search results when a developing issue is happening so that users understand things might change.
The European Union announced that it is investigating whether Google’s advertising business has violated EU competition rules.
Google is making paid Workspace features available to non-paying Google account holders, creating a single, integrated experience for everyone.
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives today introduced several bipartisan bills aimed at curbing and even reversing the power of Big Tech.
Google revealed today that it is making major changes to the Search Choice Screen that appears in Android in the European Union.
If you have a recent Pixel, you may want to check for updates, as Google has just issued one its biggest-ever Feature Drops.
Just kidding: Google would never go as far as Apple does. But it is making concessions related to personalized ads in a bid to avoid antitrust troubles.
Google confirmed that the latest update for the original Nest Hub replaces the underlying Linux-based OS with its homegrown Fuchsia OS.
With Google Photos changing its storage policies in one week, the firm is reminding users about the change and offering some transition help.
Google said that it would open a retail store location in New York City where fans can buy Pixel phones, Nest products, Fitbit devices, and more.
Google has announced several new coming updates to Google Maps that will make the service a lot more useful.
With over 3 billion Android devices now in use around the world, Google has released the first beta of Android 12 with a new user interface.
As part of today’s Google I/O event, Google announced that Google TV now has over 80 million monthly active devices.
Italy has fined Google $123 million for abuse of market dominance because it restricts developer access to Android Auto.
While Microsoft has long embraced a world of “no passwords,” Google has been a bit slower. That’s going to change. Eventually.
After employees balked at Google’s aggressive return to work schedule, the online giant said that it would implement a flexible hybrid work model instead.
Google today announced a new feature for Android tablets called Entertainment Space that combines access to movies, shows, videos, games, and books.