More than 5,000 developers will be in San Francisco this week as Google attempts to keep Android momentum going and remind attendees that it thinks the Web is the future.
Any urbanite knows that directions aren't created equally, especially if you're a cyclist looking to keep your limbs intact while pedaling down dangerous, car-choked streets. Google's new mapping tools for bike-riders lends a hand to two-wheeled riders.
Google adds its socially focused Buzz service as a layer on Google Maps.com.
A desktop version of Google Voice would allow users of the service to treat their PC or Mac like a phone, and compete with existing services such as Skype.
Google, Intel, and Sony are reportedly working on Internet-connected set-top boxes and TVs that use Intel's Atom chips, Google's Android software, and Sony's hardware.
Software developers can cater to Google Apps customers through a new application store announced at Google's Campfire One event in Mountain View.
Rumours are flying that Google is planning its own handset, the Nexus One. We separate fact from the fiction
The addition of Google Groups allows users to more effectively collaborate with others within the workplace.
Google is betting that real-time news (or something closely resembling it) will attract more financially oriented visitors to its Google Finance pages.
Terms of the deal for the VoIP software company were undisclosed, but Google's second acquisition of the week will be used to help Google Voice.