Owing much of its wealth and power to its dominant search engine, Google quickly expanded from a Web tool to a hardware and software maker. Today, Google maintains the Android mobile OS, Chrome Web browser, Chrome OS, YouTube, and a suite of Web apps such as Gmail, Google Drive, and the Google+ social network.
Facebook, Google facing mammoth lawsuits after one day of GDPR
The privacy rules are causing headaches for European users and tech companies.
The Pixel 3 may finally push Google ahead of the pack
The latest on the phone's features, design, price, and release date.
Google, Microsoft discover a new CPU vulnerability
A patch is being developed—but it may slow your computer down.
This creepy internal video is every reason we fear Google
'We understand if this is disturbing—it is designed to be.'
YouTube Red is dead—here’s what you get with the new YouTube Premium
It costs more—but includes a new music streaming service.
How Google’s YouTube Music compares to Spotify and Apple Music
Google Play Music is reportedly being phased out.
What the new Google One cloud storage plan means for Drive users
You'll still use Drive to store and share files.
Researchers can now access your smart devices without you knowing it
Welcome to the dystopian future.
These 5 Android P features will make you reconsider iOS
The forthcoming update is expected to launch in Q3.
Google reassures critics that Duplex AI will disclose its robot identity
It's still experimenting with the disclosure.
Soon you’ll be able to talk to John Legend—with Google Assistant
Hey Google just got a lot more hip.
Google introduces ‘Duplex’ AI that makes calls, reserves appointments
An experimental version will be rolling out in the coming weeks.
This Android malware capable of hijacking your phone is only growing stronger
Warning: only download apps from the official Play Store.
Latest Chrome update may have broken millions of web-based games
Almost every title will have to be updated.