Amazon has sued Google to prevent a former Amazon executive from taking a job in the search giant’s Google Cloud business.
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In two weeks, Apple will host WWDC 2020, and while the rumors have been flying in recent days, I see two key areas of opportunity for the firm.
Google Maps is introducing a number of new features for COVID-19, with new information and alerts from local transport agencies.
The U.S. states that are investigating Google for antitrust violations are leaning towards breaking up the firm, CNBC reports.
New leak gives us a first look at Google's upcoming streaming stick, as well as the new content-focused Android TV interface.
A proposed class-action lawsuit claims that Google has been tracking users even when Chrome is set for private browsing.
Ten years ago this week, I observed that the future of computing was in the cloud and that Google was outperforming Microsoft.
The New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported that the DOJ plans to file two antitrust charges against Google as soon as June.
A new report claims that Google sold only 2 million Pixel 4 handsets, leading to the departure of two key executives.
Hired to bring some adult supervision to Google in 2001, Eric Schmidt has reportedly left its parent company after a nearly 20-year run.
Javier Soltero, who previously led the Outlook and Cortana teams at Microsoft, has shifted into a controversial new role at Google.
Google today announced Flutter 1.17, the latest version of its cross-platform developer framework, and Dart 2.8, the language used by Flutter.
Google announced today that it is enhancing Flutter’s beta support for creating web apps by adding several important new features.
Google’s parent company reported today that its earnings grew by double digits in its first quarter during the Coronavirus epidemic.
Google announced today that there are now over 500,000 developers using its Flutter cross-platform framework each month.
With its hardware business failing, Google is pulling another page from the Apple playbook. It’s not going to help.
It looks like Google has slowly started replacing certain Android apps with Progressive Web Apps in the Play Store. The change only affects two major apps for now.
Apple and Google are partnering to build a brand-new contact tracing technology into both Android and iOS, in an effort to help reduce COVID-19 spread.
Last year, the Pixel 3a family was a surprise hit for Google’s struggling smartphone business. Can it duplicate that success in 2020?
Google is adding a built-in braille keyboard to Android to help users type without using any third-party or external hardware on their Android devices.
Google quietly brings Assistant's Duplex feature to the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia after months of testing in the United States. The experience is very limited, however.
As Zoom scrambles to address all its security and privacy concerns, Google is banning employees from using the Zoom desktop app on their employee devices as it doesn't meet the security standards of the company.
Google is making it mandatory for Android phone makers to support a new partition that enables seamless updates on Android 11.
Google continues to make it impossible to determine whether its G Suite offering is succeeding in its battle against Office 365.
Google is rolling out a fairly major update to its Google Podcasts app this week. Google Podcasts is coming to iPhones for the first time, and it's also getting improvements on other platforms.
Google launches new Stadia Makers program in partnership with Unity to help developers build indie games for Stadia.
Google has launched its newly virtual Google for Games Developer Summit March 2020 online today.