If phone leaks can't be stopped, it seems Google is going to get in on the fun.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission says its probe will examine whether Google's processing of data in advertising transactions breaches EU privacy rules.
Commentary: Although the US government slightly relaxed its order to ban Huawei, the phone-maker's future with Google is still undecided.
Google has announced a new version of its business-focused Glass augmented reality headset.
Qualcomm today announced that it has partnered with Google to create a reference design and development kit for building Assistant-enabled Bluetooth headphones.
But don't expect a foldable Pixel any time soon
Recap of all the big announcements.
Google offshoot becomes only drone firm approved as an airline
"On May 7, meet a new hero."
Google will have to pay publishers for news snippets and Facebook filter out protected content under new copyright rules aimed at ensuring fair compensation for the European Union's $1 trillion creative industries.
For the past few months, all signs have pointed to Google creating a 10-inch Assistant smart display as the next step up from the Google Home Hub.
At Google Cloud Next 2019 in San Francisco today, Google announced Cloud Run, the newest member of its serverless compute stack, in beta.
An earlier report suggested Google was shifting away from new hardware
Google said on Tuesday it was launching a global advisory council to consider ethical issues around artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies.
The European Union has hit Google with another big antitrust fine, the third in a series of billion-dollar penalties the US tech giant has incurred for hindering competition.
Google has officially announced a major new effort in the video game world - and it might just change the future of the roughly $135 billion industry.
The new Android OS has major upgrades to privacy and security.
The French government on Wednesday unveiled plans to slap a 3 percent tax on the French revenues of internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook.
Tech giant seeks to exploit Apple woes to drive hardware expansion
Nikkei Asian Review
Google has hired more than a dozen microchip engineers in Bengaluru, India
As Apple holds firmly onto its lead in the wearables category, Google seeks to refresh its flagging Wear OS with help from Fossil's IP and its R&D team.
Competition is brewing among Amazon, Google and Microsoft in a different corner of the cloud market: gaming.
Google unit won approval from U.S. regulators to deploy a radar-based motion sensing device known as Project Soli.
Google's self-driving car project has announced a driverless commercial taxi service.
Three years after it first launched, Google is making its cell service a little more official today. Project Fi is graduating into something a little more ambitious and getting a new name in the process: Google Fi. But the bigger news is that it's also going to support more phones - a lot of phones - including the iPhone and "the majority of Android devices."
Pichai said 48 employees have been terminated for sexual misconduct over the last two years.
Google's third quarter revenue fell short of Wall Street expectations.
Technology giant Google has announced plans to establish a Google Cloud Platform region in Indonesia next year to strengthen its business and capture a larger customer base.
London's High Court on Monday blocked an attempt to bring legal action against Alphabet Inc's Google over claims it had collected sensitive data from more than 4 million iPhone users although it said the company's actions had been "wrongful".
Google Maps, Google Play and more coming to connected cars.
The compute accelerator is optimized for graphics-intensive applications and machine learning inference.
European authorities took their best swing, but it appears that Google hardly felt it. Less than a week after the European Union fined Google a record $5.1 billion for abusing its dominance in the smartphone market, Google's parent company, Alphabet, said on Monday it had already absorbed the cost of the fine and still made $3.2 billion in profits in its latest quarter.
New York Times
You may have heard that the European Union punished Google with a record $5.1 billion fine on Wednesday for abusing its power in the mobile phone market. Specifically, the authorities dinged Google on its practices with Android, the mobile operating system that the company provides to makers of devices. The size of the fine and the remedies that regulators ordered Google to make were consequential, both symbolically and in how handset manufacturers may incorporate Android into mobile devices in Europe in the future.
New York Times
Google has announced a new Chromebook loaner program for businesses that's designed to get workers up and running with a temporary new machine within minutes.
On Wednesday, the European Union is expected to rule that Google illegally used the market dominance of its smartphone software, Android, to stifle competition, hitting the Alphabet-owned company with a hefty fine and aiming to change some of its business practices.
Uncle Sam has another beef with Silicon Valley. Months after hauling Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Washington for questioning related to the company's data-sharing practices, Congress has told the heads of Google parent Alphabet and Apple that they need to provide answers about their privacy practices.
New York Post
When Google introduced Google Duplex, its AI assistant designed to speak like a human, the company showed off how the average person could use the tech to save time making reservations and whatnot. What wasn't touched on was the possibility that Duplex may have a use on the other side of the line, taking over for call center employees and telemarketers.
One case involved a Taiwanese unit of Idaho-based Micron Technology. On a spring day in 2016, a 41-year-old engineer for the unit opened his company laptop and, according to Taiwanese prosecutors, tapped into Google search: "clear computer use records."
Wall Street Journal
Google has discussed building its phones for the first time with Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., also known as Foxconn, the same manufacturer that assembles iPhones, one of the people said.