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commentary These days, virtually every Google service must either integrate with Google+ or be supplanted by it. At least three services -- all growing out of acquisitions -- may be caught in the crosshairs.
Google rumors and leaks pick up speed as Google I/O 2013 arrives this week. Here are some of our predictions for the annual Google developers confab.
Whatever your reason to seek out a Wi-Fi calling app, this handful rises to the top.
Google on December 31 will shut down site for GrandCentral, which it acquired and reworked into Google Voice. Users should back up old messages now.
Wonder what Apple's new Grand Central store looks like, and visiting it is simply out of the question? Use your iPhone or iPad 2's gyroscope to get a 360-degree view of the store right now!
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has come a long, long way since we first heard of it months ago at this year's Google I/O.
Android's parent comes a-calling for the handset maker as the stakes heat up for dominance in the smartphone sector. CNET and its sister sites bring you in-depth coverage.
Google is spending $12.5 billion on Motorola Mobility in what looks like an attempt to fight back in a mounting patent war against its Android operating system.
Google's GrandCentral may be on its way to Spain, according to reports. And UGO Entertainment is officially acquiring 1UP.com and its associated sites.
Get quick Google GrandCentral call hook-ups on your Mac with a small and simple Mac application called Vocito.