Remember when? Google's Street View cars traverse the world, sometimes taking new pictures of places they've been before. Now you can see what they saw the last time they visited.
Google has a new advertising program that lets advertisers target you based on the apps you use, how often you use them, and the types of in-app purchases you make.
Google took over the defense of some of Samsung's case and agreed to cover some costs.
Email encryption is a great way to keep snoops out of your private correspondence. Too bad it's not a realistic option as a built-in feature for Gmail.
In the future, Chrome OS users may unlock their PCs just by having their smartphone nearby.
Regulatory filings reveal details of secret tests by Google, a step beyond last year's trial in California.
A phone with swappable parts is certainly a cool idea, but it's all the underlying technology associated with the project that has developers excited.
This year at Google I/O, we can probably expect to hear a lot about making Google products look and work better.
But the company's bread-and-butter remains ads as it brought in $15.42 billion in revenue during the first three months of 2014, up 19 percent from the year-ago quarter.
Participating businesses can now distribute ads across the Web, which look like Google+ posts.