All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Coin Center, a newly created research and advocacy center, will focus on public policy issues faced by the virtual currency.
The Internet giant could be hoping to take another stab at going head-to-head with Apple, Amazon, PayPal, Square and a slew of other tech giants looking to grab a slice of the payments pie.
Google will stop selling the initial version of its connected eyewear, but that doesn't mean it's dead. Also, Nintendo's New 3DS is coming to the US, and Facebook goes to work. All that and more in this look back at the week in tech.
Forrester Research also predicts that annual spending on online ads in the US will top $100 billion in 2019, as advertisers follow consumer habits.
The search giant announces a test pilot for its Project Ara smartphone initiative, which allows consumers to mix-and-match parts, kind of like Legos.
Researchers with Google's Project Zero security team say they've found three flaws with high severity that have yet to be patched.
Moon Express is gunning for the $20 million Google Lunar XPrize. We went down to Florida to watch a test of the team's lunar lander and to get an early look at its historic new facility.
After striking a deal late last year, Yahoo has been the default search engine for Firefox users in the US for the past few months. But Google wants them back.
An entity called Google Compare Auto Insurance Services is now licensed to do business in more than half the US, an analyst finds.
Google wants very much to be known as more than just a search company, and over the next year many of its biggest moves will be in other areas.