Google Translate is gaining an update that'll add 20 more languages to its instantaneous translation feature. It'll make for a total of 27, a big jump from the feature's debut total of 7.
Google announced that it will separate Google+ from YouTube, so users can upload videos and comment without the need for a Google+ account. However, if you have a YouTube channel, it would be a huge mistake to delete your Google+ account right now.
Tech giants Google, Microsoft, and Apple have joined the White House to launch and sign the American Business Act on Climate Pledge, along with 10 other behemoths of business, including Coca-Cola, General Motors, and Walmart.
It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why, we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you.
Detailing an unnerving plot to manipulate major media outlets on a national scale, recently filed court documents shed light on MPAA's plan to negatively smear Google using outlets like the Today Show and WSJ.
A free movie rental from Google Play is one of the promotional offers you can pick up as Google celebrates another birthday for its dinky streaming dongle — here's how you can claim yours.
Google has joined NASA, Amazon, Verizon, and others to help develop an air traffic control system for low-altitude drones as businesses keen to use the flying machines await the FAA's decision on new rules for the commercial use of the flying machines.
Today on DT Daily: Google partners up with several other companies to protect tech startups from patent trolls, new movie 'Pixels' feeds your '80s video game vibe.
If you're a Google Voice user, you've probably seen your share of voicemail transcriptions that make it look like the person who left the message is losing their mind. That's about to change, or at least get a little better.
Google has rolled out a Maps function that maps out users’ daily routes and visited locations. The new tool can also combine Google Photos with the location history to help recall the events that took place.
Office users have another choice for cloud storage. A new plug-in makes it possible to open and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files directly from Google Drive.
All eyes are on Google as it gets ready to release the second version of its Glass eyewear, and rumors suggest that the new device is going to have a focus on business use, and not be available to general consumers at all.
If you're a big user of Google Now notifications and love Google Maps, here's something else you're likely to go for – Your Timeline. The new Maps feature, for Android and desktop users, lets you rediscover old journeys and resurface memories.
Google has introduced the latest version of Android Lollipop, and it's already being sent out to various Nexus and Google Play devices. Find out if yours is on the list in our guide to Android 5.1.
Typical. You're outside your house enjoying a sneaky smoke – against doctor's orders – and what drives by but a Street View car. A while later, your wife starts suspecting you're still on the ciggies, checks your home on Street View, and there you are…