Monday, March 27
Google has quietly launched a new section on its Play Store, offering one app that normally costs money for free every week.
Monday, March 06
It’s 2017, and we're still stuck with email clients that refuse to accept attachments going north of 25MB. Gmail is changing that. Well, sort of.
Monday, February 13
Google Maps just added a new feature that allows users to create lists of favorite locations, for themselves or to share with family or friends.
Tuesday, November 15
While it would have been nice to tackle this issue before the election, Google and Facebook are finally taking a tiny step in order to fight back against fake news. According to multiple statements, both companies have updated their policies to ban fake news sites from using Facebook’s and Google’s advertising networks.
Monday, November 07
Google's DeepMind is teaming up with the makers of the StarCraft video game to train its artificial intelligence systems.
Tuesday, November 01
Google and Microsoft are butting heads over the disclosure of vulnerabilities. On Monday, Google revealed a critical flaw in Windows after it gave Microsoft a ten-day window to warn the public about it.
Friday, October 28
Google parent Alphabet Inc bested analysts' estimates for third-quarter profit and revenue on Thursday as the search company showed it has honed its core business for the mobile era and is closing in on the next wave of computing.
Thursday, October 27
Google is launching a new suite of tools meant to make it easier for designers and app makers to collaborate. It’s partially an expansion of Google’s Material Design efforts, which launched two years ago as a way to rethink how software should be designed on touchscreens.
Wednesday, October 26
Google's new messaging app has a built-in assistant, some quirky features, and could be the next big thing when it comes to chat. Here's how to use Google Allo.
Thursday, October 20
India is obviously a major opportunity for Google. There are over a billion people in the country, and more than 800 million of them live in rural areas with limited access to the internet — less than a third of the population is online at all.