Google+ may still be a tiny social networking service compared to Facebook, but one watcher forecasts Google+ will reach 400 million users by the end of 2012.
Google's Andy Rubin says that Android activations reached 3.7 million devices over Christmas, but a breakdown of numbers shows that Apple's Christmas activations may almost double Google's.
While Google continues to promote Google+ through various advertising mediums, the social network has experienced a sharp uptick in user growth over the past month.
With a ton of user uploaded content at the company's disposal, Google is looking for new ways to feature the most popular content and encourage users to spend more time watching various videos.
Christmas Day saw more iOS and Android apps downloaded to mobile devices than on any other day ever, as well as the most ever device activations, according to data from a mobile analytics firm.
Google's ready to kick off 2012 with a renewed interest in the social enterprise market, which means the Google+ upgrades will be fast and furious.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has more-or-less thrown out one of the patents Oracle is asserting against Google in its case over Android.
As expected, Google updates its search page in celebration of Christmas Day with a musical holiday-themed Google Doodle.
The past 10 years have been a tumultuous few, and the next 10 promise even more disruption. How will these present-day superpowers fare in the 2010s?
Following Mozilla's announcement that Google would remain as their default search engine, details have emerged that the new deal is considerably more lucrative than before.
Sony Ericsson announce their schedule for upgrading the 2011 range of Xperia smartphones to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The first stage will begin in late March, with all phones being completed by early May.
A new Sony Ericsson "Super Phone" has been leaked via its Bluetooth certification entry, indicating features will include a 4.55-inch touchscreen and a 13-megapixel camera.
While many colleges are attempting to keep up with current technological trends and advances, college students are becoming more picky when it comes to Wi-Fi access on campus.
It's been two and a half years since Microsoft birthed Bing, and according to Comscore, Microsoft's search engine is finally on the cusp of pulling even with Yahoo.
Android platform chief announces new benchmark on Google Plus and clarifies definition of "new device activation."