A "don't get Scroogled" Microsoft video leaked out to the world today mimicking Google's most recent Chrome advertisement.
Systemically, Apple is falling out of the race for smartphone supremacy. And that puts Apple at risk of being in Microsoft's sights for the number two position in the global smartphone market share battle.
Editor's Pick The screen size is more limited than any other modern screen, so what is presented on the display must be drop-dead simple. Compared to these challenges, building the tech is a cakewalk.
Talk about eating your own dogfood.
We found a bunch of games that already have multiplayer, leaderboards, achievements, and more thanks to Google Play.
Quantum computing promises to vastly expand what technology companies can do with data -- and Google wants a part of it.
While Google already added sending cash via Gmail, it has also debuted new "quick action" buttons in Gmail that let you RSVP to events and more -- all without leaving the inbox.
Google wants developers to start taking pride in their work and incorporate tons of user-friendly social features in an attempt to make Google Play Services a friendlier -- and more profitable -- app store.
Google has asked Microsoft to remove its homebrew YouTube app from the Windows Store immediately, and requested that it delete the app from Windows Phone users who have already downloaded it.
Google is tackling one of the biggest concerns for Android developers: piracy.
As if today's other announcements weren't enough, Google is also bringing Google Wallet support to Gmail, making it incredibly easy to send friends and family payments by just sending an email.
Google is introducing an Xbox Live-like service that works on Android, PCs, Mac, and iOS.
It's a good thing Apple hit the number today, because if they waited even another week, the Cupertino company might have been second-best to Google's Android
YouTube will now let channel owners do it live... streaming, that is.
Google cloud infrastructure service Compute Engine is now open to all developers who want to use it.
Editor's Pick Google CEO Larry Page delivered a heartfelt speech at Google I/O today, saying the we've only accomplished 1 percent of what we can in technology.
Normally, when a company claims that it's bringing the helpfulness of a Federation starship's onboard computer to everyday technology, I sort of roll my eyes and prepare to be disappointed -- except this time that didn't really happen.
One big key to the revamp is that Google Maps is based on vector imagery and delivered via WebGL.
Google announced a new education program that will help teachers manage and push out apps and other educational content to classroom Android tablets.
The new Google+ looks a lot nicer than the old Google+, but will that get you to use it?