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?
Hangouts, the free multiperson video chat and messaging service inside Google+, has been broken out into its own standalone apps for iOS, Android, and Chrome.
Google Glass owners now have a news aggregation app. Straight from Glass, they can flag content for later, "like" and "dislike," or listen to an entire article.
Don't let its enormous dork factor blind you to the real-world possibilities of Google's augmented-reality glasses.
Google's Chrome platform has grown by over 300 million monthly active users since last year alone.
Google is kicking the Samsung out of the Samsung Galaxy S IV with its own custom version of the device.
Microsoft Points are not long for this world.
Back in 2009, Apptio was famed venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz's first investment. Today Apptio announced closing a $45 million fifth round of funding, bringing the company's total to $136 million.
Google Play product manager Ellie Powers -- no relation to Austin -- shared the new features of Google Play Developer Console at Google I/O in San Francisco today.
After months of speculation and rumors, Google finally announced its own streaming music service called Google Music All Access today at its annual Google I/O developer conference.
Google released three application programming interfaces today, one of which can sense not just when the person is moving, but in what way.
Google is announcing its answer to Apple's Game Center -- Google Play game services.
Berlin-based Versus IO has closed its first round of $2.8 million. The comparison engine represents McClure's first investment in a German startup.
Google Play is doing pretty darn well, according to an update at today's Google I/O developer conference today.
Google has activated 900 million Android devices to date, it revealed at Google I/O today.
“Samsung is, for now, the undisputed king of the global Android smartphone industry," Neil Mawston, Strategy Analytics' executive director said. "We believe Samsung generates more revenue and profit from the Android platform than Google does."
Android 4.3 popped up in Google searches that were quickly removed, leading us to believe we might see the latest mobile operating system from Google in its developer conference keynote.