WASHINGTON – We all lose our phones from time to time, but if yours is an Android, it just got easier than ever to find. The website for NBC’s TODAY reports that you can now type…
Jennifer Lopez’s 2000 Grammy Awards dress helped inspire the creation of Google Image Search, according to Google’s executive chairman.
Google\’s ad serving platform, DoubleClick, went down for more than hour this morning forcing Web publishers, including WTOP.com, to go ad free until the problem is fixed.
A Stanford official said on Wednesday that its Center for Internet and Society has never promised not to use Google money for privacy research.
Google\’s big annual developer event starts Wednesday, and it will affect products that app and software makers invent. Here\’s a roundup of what to expect.
Google tops the list of 25 companies offering the best benefits and compensation, as rated anonymously by their employees.
Video games can get intense, but it turns out the real competition may be between the companies who offer the apps that let you play on your phone.
Google wants this network of balloons in the sky to
connect people in rural and remote areas to the Internet.
Google has agreed to a settlement requiring the Internet giant to change its privacy practices, in particular its setting cookies on certain Safari web browsers during 2011 and 2012.
Google is trying to take a bigger bite out of Apple and Microsoft\’s holiday sales in retail stores by opening gadget showrooms in six locations, including in the Washington, D.C area.
The new feature from Google lets you chat with experts in almost any subject.
Trying to figure out how to split a restaurant bill often puts math skills and friendships to a test. Google has applied for a patent of a system that helps groups calculate and pay for joint expenses.
When users type an unknown word and hit \”enter,\” they\’re presented with the definition, as well as synonyms,
antonyms and sample sentences.
Google is under fire about whether email is private.
Your web communication could soon be tapped more easily by the government.