All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales describes the European ruling as "wide-sweeping censorship" that "doesn't make sense."
Same bits of code used by advertisers to track consumer behavior is used to help locate targets for government hacking and surveillance, the Washington Post reports.
The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office is the latest to order Google to amend its controversial policy or face a fine.
An hour after Google's Nexus 4, 7 and 10 devices went on sale in the U.K., stocks of the Android smartphone were wiped out, and the tablets are flying off the shelves.
The search giant should be investigated by the U.K. tax authority over its approach to paying taxes, says a report by a parliamentary watchdog.
The United Kingdom's denizens now can add detail such as paths and businesses to Google's online maps service. But remember: it's free labor for Google.
The Android watch is now available for preorder for $229.
The company's Android product head says Google has prototypes of a device that will one day erase language barriers.
The company claims that it does not sell to U.K. customers from the country, but a parliamentary committee wants to make sure that's really true.
Owners of Google TV devices in the U.K., Germany and France will soon be able to download content from Google Play. Still no love for Nexus users, though.