Google has launched in-app billing for Android apps, company executive Eric Chu announced in a blog post yesterday.
Google's vice president of location and local services, Marissa Mayer, decided to reveal some interesting numbers surrounding Google's Mobile maps in a Day One talk.
Google wasted no time responding to Apple's controversial new subscription service.
Apple and Google are among the potential bidders for Nortel's patent portfolio, according to unnamed sources cited in a Wall Street Journal report.
Google yesterday took time at a developer event to delve a little deeper into a couple of announcements it made at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), including a detailed look at the company's tablet-optimized 3.0 version of Android (Honeycomb).
Regardless of whether anyone understands what Google TV actually is, most will agree that it's an attempt to merge the Internet with your home television.
Google yesterday announced that Google Voice customers can now port their mobile number to the service, but there are a few catches.
NEW YORK (AP) — Google says it has awarded $100 million worth of equity to outgoing CEO Eric Schmidt.
What drew the most headlines yesterday was something outgoing CEO Eric Schmidt summed up in a tweet: "Day-to-day adult supervision no longer needed!"
Eric Schmidt is out and Larry Page is in as Google's CEO, but Schmidt isn't completely out of the picture...
As long as we're making predictions, why not think big?
It appears fragmentation problems haven't slowed adoption of the Android platform.
Google yesterday took the wraps off its new Chrome operating system, which turns out to be as focused on the mobile world and cloud as anything.
A Microsoft executive says the company has tried to take advantage of the fact that it's playing catch up.
Andy Rubin played a little game of show and tell at yesterday's D: Dive into Mobile conference, which is put on by The Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital blog.
Google and Samsung today unveiled the Nexus S, which is the first smartphone to come running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)...
Remember awhile back when the best daytime drama in the wireless industry was Apple's rejection of the Google Voice app?
Google is taking another stab at designing a game-changing mobile phone, this time by including a built-in payment system...
Maybe it was an early Halloween treat. Regardless, Google executives yesterday gave out some rare tidbits during their third quarter conference call, saying people who are accessing Google products and services through their mobile phones are adding $1 billion annually
Google Inc. is making it tougher for computer hackers and other imposters to break into e-mail accounts and other password-protected services.
Skyhook is suing Google over its patents on location technology and alleged interference with two major contracts...
Google and Adobe Systems had nice things to say about Apple's new terms for developers after the iOS creator lifted restrictions...
India has widened its security crackdown, asking all companies that provide encrypted communications — not just BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion — to install servers in the country to make it easier for the government to obtain users' data.
Microsoft Corp. co-founder and billionaire Paul Allen is suing nearly a dozen major companies, including tech giants Google Inc. and Apple Inc.
Wireless Week spoke with Al Hilwa, the program director for IDC's application development software research division, about the suit and what could be going on behind the scenes at Oracle and Google. Here's an edited transcript of the discussion.