Google's new "Fit" service would bring together your health data from various apps and devices, according to a Forbes report.
We can't all blow off work to watch soccer all day. Google has a few tools that let you stay informed yet discreet.
Prompts to enter their mobile number for account verification caused an increase in support requests from puzzled users.
Apple's doing it, Samsung's doing it, and now Google wants to store your day-to-day health data too.
The new Google app gives businesses easy access to communicate with customers or edit how it's seen on Google services.
A long-standing restriction has been lifted to usher in better quality online mapping.
The PDF application will be used in Google's Chrome browser, replacing a closed-source component.
For several months, Google toyed with the idea of hiding full web addresses from users in Chrome. That idea appears to be on hold.
New geographic data could find its way into Google apps.
Motorola has rolled out a 64GB flavor of the Moto X, but we're still waiting on that X+1.