Chrome OS Flex, Google's free version of Chrome OS that can be installed on any PC and Mac is going out of beta today.
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Google One subscriptions now provide a premium Workspace capability that was previously available only to paid business customers.
The Wall Street Journal reported today that Google has made “concessions” to U.S. antitrust regulators to avoid a federal lawsuit over its advertising business.
On Tuesday, EU lawmakers overwhelmingly approved the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Markets Act (DMA), two bills aimed squarely at reining in Big Tech.
Google is consolidating the user interface of its Password Manager across Chrome and Android and improving password management on other platforms.
Google agreed to pay $90 million to settle an antitrust lawsuit with a group of US developers over the requirement to use the the company’s billing system on Google Play.
Two and a half years after he took over Google’s Workspace business, former Microsoft executive Javier Soltero is leaving the company.
Google has announced an interesting set of updates to its Workspace suite of cloud-based office productivity solutions.
The US Customs Service ruled today that Google has violated the importation ban imposed by the ITC by continuing to infringe on Sonos patents.
Google Public Sector is a new Google subsidiary that will focus on helping US public sector customers to embrace Google’s various cloud technologies.
Google announced today that it’s making its Google Earth Engine available for all organizations and governments interested in tackling climate change.
Google announced today that it will undergo the final phase of its nearly two-year-old transition from Hangouts to Google Chat.
Google is launching today a redesigned version of its Google News portal on the desktop, which brings Top Stories, Local News, and personalized picks to the top of the page.
An extensive investigation by UK regulators found that Apple and Google compete unfairly in mobile and with their respective app stores.
Google detailed this week some upcoming improvements coming to its Chrome browser with the help of machine learning.
The U.S. Congress is considering legislation that would finally curb the power of Big Tech. Naturally, Google is against it.
Google today announced a new Pixel drop that brings new features to supported Pixel handsets.
The redesigned Google TV entertainment hub that recently launched on Android is now available on iOS as an update to the Play Movies & TV app.
Google Duo will be updated with all Google Meet features in the coming weeks, and it will also be rebranded to Google Meet.
Google has started rolling out new Real Tone filters for its Google Photos app on Android.
Google Street View has turned 15 and Google is rolling out several new features to celebrate the milestone.
Match Group announced today that Google has agreed to allow the company to use an alternative payment system for its Android apps.
Google will allow G Suite legacy free edition customers to keep using the service for personal use.
Google is planning to give some love to over 20 of its tablet apps on Android tablets.
The Google TV Android app will soon be able to cast content from other streaming services to smart TVs.
The Android Auto update coming this summer will introduce a brand new UI designed to adapt to any screen size.
After experimenting with auto-generated chapters on YouTube videos last year, Google is now adding video transcripts and auto-generated translations on mobile devices.