According to reports, Google is developing Google Audio, a music service that may involve streaming or downloading, or both. Could this be a wrong note for the search behemoth?
The Chinese search giant says Google is "just speculating" about its Aliyun operating system, and insists it's different than Android.
In what may be the biggest story of the year, Google announced in January that it might pull out of China. We discuss why the company did that, what's happened since, and it's likely to unfold.
It may be the biggest story of the year: On January 12 the search company announced it was pulling out of China. We're going to discuss why Google did that, what's new in the story, and what's likely to happen as this story continues to unfold. Guests are Google reporter Tom Krazit, security writer Elinor Mills, and politics and policy writer Declan McCullagh.
Beijing says that Google's China Web site operator pledges to ensure that it exposes Chinese Web surfers to "no law-breaking content."
Last year, Google sponsored the GeoEye-1 satellite launch. This year, it's Microsoft's turn with DigitalGlobe's WorldView-2.
Google China seems to beat China's leading search engine, Baidu, in a usability test. Sinobyte's own unscientific test confirms much more rigorous research.
Verizon Wireless' objections to rules requiring soon-to-be-auctioned wireless spectrum to be open to all mobile devices are anti-consumer, Google says.
Google is not working on bringing a Google Maps app to iOS 6, according to boss Eric Schmidt.