Information and actions from the top Android apps will now show up in Google's personal assistant dashboard.
The search giant has signed an agreement promising to tweak how it gathers personal data from users in Britain.
The mobile phone maker lays out the challenges involved in pushing out the latest version of Android to all Motorola smartphone owners.
Tesla's Model S electric car comes with "Insane Mode," which is everything you hoped it would be, especially when it gets tested out on unsuspecting strangers.
Apple famously likes to dictate what the market needs. But it turns out listening works, its earnings report shows. That, plus the redefinition of "broadband" and more in your look back at the week in tech.
Google has taken its first step to flag ordinary sites like Wikipedia and CNN with a security warning because they are unencrypted, allowing all data transmissions to be viewed by the prying eyes of hackers or governments.
Last year, the social news site complied with 32 of 55 requests for user information, though the site says it generally ignores government demands that it not inform people when their data has been requested.
Has Chrome turned all sluggish on you? This tweak might help, and it's not the one you think.
The Chinese government has been rebuilding the country's Internet filter to make access to websites, including social media, and virtual private networks far more difficult.
The search giant continues to pull in billions from its search and advertising business, even as the company looks for other ways to make money.