All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Google reveals plans to expand its gigabit Internet network to nine more urban areas, covering 34 cities.
Following the release of Internet Explorer 11, Google Apps says sayonara to IE 9.
The company says the application, which allows users to share their location with others, will no longer be accessible starting next month.
An 8.9-inch Nexus tablet could be on the way, IHS Technology tells CNET.
The carrier continues to ramp up, but still trails mobile rivals Verizon and AT&T.
PC maker Lenovo, which has struggled for smartphone success outside China, gets an established global brand, while Google unloads a burden on its balance sheet and a source of tension.
The service now covers 37 UK towns and cities, which EE claims is 45 per cent of the UK population.
Google is spending £1.9bn to snap up Nest, a company that connects your home to the Internet.
Nine more towns are getting 4G from EE, Britain's first 4G network, including Chelmsford, Sunderland, and Wolverhampton.
The BlackBerry PlayBook will be available to Canadian customers first, the company says. It will be available in the U.S. and other territories "in the coming months."