President Barack Obama says money and expertise are needed from the private sector to alleviate the world's worst refugee crisis on record.
A new Apple patent could disable your iPhone's camera, more iPhone 7 rumors, and wireless charging comes to the iPhone with Mophie's Charge Force
Women made up 1 percent more of Google's workforce in 2015 compared with the prior year, while the number of blacks and Hispanics remained the same, the company says.
Faster networking is now live with a 5,600-mile internet cable across the Pacific Ocean.
This means interactive web browsing like you've never seen before.
Commentary: The Googleplex has christened the next version of Android to be nougat, after a sweet treat not all people understand. Surely we could do better?
The company is a part of a consortium that helped build a 5,600-mile cable that transmits data at up to 60 terabits per second.
The company now says service has been restored for some users.
The Norwegian wind farm will supply renewable energy for Google's European data centres for 12 years.
The 9,000 kilometer cable will boost internet speeds throughout Asia as well as on the West Coast of the US.
The web giant's new tool lets you review the sites you visit, the searches you make and the videos you watch, among other things.
A house-made Google phone could range from the iPhone-killer to the weird.
Kindness pays. Literally.
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