All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
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.
Asus figures out a way to get around objections from Microsoft and Google and do a hybrid that runs Windows-8.1 and Android.
Althea Gibson was the first black athlete -- man or woman -- to break the color barrier in international tennis.
Google celebrates the 180th birthday of John Venn, the man responsible for so many fascinating PowerPoint diagrams.
A new video appears to show off Microsoft's coming personal digital assistant, code-named Cortana, but doesn't reveal its "speaking voice."
Demanding the tech giant do more to protect Net neutrality, protesters picket the company's Silicon Valley campus. Only thing is that Google is already a defender of their cause.
Google really wants better software for Android and the Web. At Google I/O this week, it will attempt to help programmers get more out of both.
Wondering what the lawyers and programmers are talking about in the highest-profile tech trial in years? Here's a guide to the ties between Android and Java -- and the history leading up to the case.
Don't lose your smartphone: To thwart unauthorized access to Gmail and other services, Google is bringing aspects of dual-factor authentication to those who haven't signed up for it.
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.