Chromebooks this, Chrome OS that. It seems like that's all we've been hearing lately. You know what sucks about Chrome OS-powered gear, though? At best, you'll receive support only until early 2018.
You could soon be using sound waves to log in to your Google apps and services — the company has picked up fledging startup SlickLogin, which makes it easier to verify your identity with your mobile phone.
Still working on a Flappy Bird clone? You might want to rethink its title, because developers have reported that both Apple and Google are blocking apps that try and mimic the hugely popular original.
Google has updated its Play Music app for Android, adding in the option to download and save its All Access radio stations for use without a data connection.
Today, Google announced that with the use of VMWare, you can use Windows apps on your Chromebook. The announcement was made via an official blog post. Read on to learn more here.
Though you may not have seen it coming, the idea that Google and Foxconn are reportedly in talks about helping each other out with the development of robotics-related technologies obviously makes a certain amount of sense.
It's a shame that accessing Google's page cache doesn't appear as easy to access as it is. Check out our brief guide on how to directly access Google's cached pages so you can cut down on load times and more.
Google was forced to link to a French privacy watchdog as part of a ruling against the search and tech giant. So what happens? The watchdog's site gets taken down, due to the immense traffic it received from Google.
You may have never used the Google+ Photos editor, even if you're backing up your pictures there, but Google has introduced a couple of new features to make the app more functional for users.
In a move that wasn't expected to happen until the end of the month, the FTC and the Department of Justice's Antitrust division have given Mountian View the green light on its recent acquisition of Nest
Probably one of the first images that Vladimir Putin saw when booting up his computer yesterday, Google switched out the search page doodle to promote diversity in the Winter Olympics.
Video conferencing and long distance collaboration can both be a pain. Google just revealed a computer that aims to make both of those tasks much easier to pull off. It doesn't come cheap though.
NPD released a surprising sales report in December which showed that Chromebooks seized a significant chunk of the PC market in 2013. Here's why Chrome OS is doing well, and why 2014 will be an even better year for the platform.
Potentially useful when conducting investigations or video recording a suspect, a small group of New York City police officers have started testing Google Glass when out on patrol.