Europe's competition watchdog says the company is breaking the law by requiring phone makers to install its apps in return for access to Google's Play Store.
Europe's competition watchdogs are concerned that preloaded Google apps on Android phones may push consumers away from competitors' services.
Technically Incorrect: The latest Piper Jaffray Taking Stock With Teens survey shows an even greater enthusiasm from teens that their next phone be an iPhone.
Swords, fists and mysterious masked combatants fly through the last trailer before "Daredevil" returns to Netflix.
Only two domestic cars -- one from Ford, and one from Chevrolet -- made the best-of-the-best list.
The show hasn't even opened yet, but there's a lot of new stuff to see.
A computer defeats a master of the ancient board game Go. Is Monopoly far behind?
LG introduces the LG Signature range, a series of super-premium products that "maintain their essence." Oh, and a bunch of new OLED 4K HDR TVs as well.
CES is huge. It's wild. It's exciting, and we'll be there even if you can't to show you want's coming in technology in 2016.
How do you keep growing when you're already the world's largest social network? Fast food may provide the answer.