CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman travels to Europe for his annual Road Trip adventure.
As European regulators ponder Google's fate in a probe into the search giant's business practices, a Yelp-led group of competitors takes to the company's Chrome store to make a point.
Businesses with 10 or fewer employees will now be charged $50 per year for the use of Google's suite of Web-based tools.
Shortly after Apple dumped Google Maps for iOS, Google announces it's time to dramatically cut the price for others using the online service. Google also gives a plug for its map-based ad service.
Google is rolling up music, e-books, movies, and apps into a single-branded service called Google Play. The reboot comes as some of Android's services underachieve as moneymakers.
updated Don't hold your breath for the company's rumored home entertainment device; the "big" news is an updated Google TV YouTube app.
Eliminate the need for two RSS clients by adding your current feeds to Google's new Currents app.
New application brings your cloud-hosted Google music collection to the living room.
The Web giant says it's winning thousands of customers daily from Microsoft, while the software giant notes that Google is more interested in generating ads than providing productivity applications.
Steve Yegge, whose unfortunately public Google+ post criticized Google and its woeful ability at platforms, posts again and says the company is already working to address his criticisms. He also says people like Jeff Bezos are aliens.
A day after announcing Google Plus has 40m users, Google has announced it's to close Buzz, its previous effort at social networking.