Google continues to reinvent as it announced the new “Instant Apps” that will allow Android users to get the apps that they need without having to go through the downloading process.
Google designs 13 emojis that represent professional women all around the world.
Google is looking to a future where people would not even notice their own devices, while emphasizing the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Google photo software Nik, a software that can perform Photoshop, Aperture, and Lightroom features, is now being offered free of charge.
April 22, celebrated as Earth Day, saw various events that were held to mark the day.
Teens may change the world. A 16-year-old developed a simple way to detect the deadly Ebola virus, winning her the Google Science Fair.
Google's Deep Dream is probably one of the trippiest computer programs you're likely to see. All you have to do is upload an image, tell the program to look for patterns, and wait as Google reveals exactly what your picture looks like to it.
As if this generation isn't quite social media-obsessed enough, MasterCard is taking it a step further. Shoppers will soon be able to pay for some of their purchases by simply taking a selfie.
UC San Francisco announced on Thursday that they would begin an ambitious study on LGBT health by collecting data from iPhone and Internet users to build a database on issues that uniquely affect the community, including physical, mental and social topics.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the ethical puzzles that a self-driving car may face in order to find out if the computerized system may cause deadly crashes in order to save more people at the end of the day.
Google celebrated World Oceans Day, June 8, with something interesting. In conjunction with the XL Catlin Seaview Survey team, Google released 40 new underwater Street View Locations, including ones in the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
It's an announcement that any old school gamer will love. It turns out that Google Maps has pulled out all the stops in order to turn their mapping tool into a giant game of Pac-Man, just in time for April Fool's day.