It once was the best of the bunch, in the era before Internet search meant Google and three guys named Moe. Ancient history by now.
Google's eighth employee, Urs Hölzle, shares his experiences at the company's first data center, back when it was less a data center and more a tiny closet surrounded by competitors.
Google knows more about you than ever before, and you like it that way. How did the popular yet controversial company convince you of its trustworthiness?
A dozen projects -- including blast from the past Alta Vista -- are getting tossed aside as the company says it needs to make choices to create "beautiful products that are essential" to users.
It takes a lot more than a clone to take out a scrappy startup with dedication to its vision.
New crowdsourced online museum pays tribute to the pioneers who made the Internet what it is today. Remember Usenet and Numa Numa Guy?
commentary One of the areas where Google has attracted antitrust attention is "vertical" search. There are good reasons why it shouldn't be hindered from offering this.
Make sure you have defensible technology or user traction before you go to your next VC meeting.
While no one was looking, Twitter grew up. Amid an outage on a scale its users had not seen in months, the microblogging site shows how it has reached tech maturity.
Where's the hottest night action in town? That was the entrepreneurial question for a couple of brothers whose father happens to also be a high-profile Google exec.