T-Mobile USA today launched a page on its website where customers can register to receive e-mail updates on a new HSPA+ capable smartphone called the G2.
Oracle has filed suit against Google over its use of Java technology in the Android operating system.
Google yesterday held a press conference to unveil some new apps for Android, namely Voice Actions...
India may ask Google and Skype for greater access to encrypted information once it resolves security concerns with BlackBerrys...
The state-run Xinhua News Agency said Thursday it will launch its own search venture, giving Google a new, well-financed rival...
Google and Verizon want to limit net neutrality regulations for wireless Internet services in a joint proposal that has riled open Internet advocates.
Verizon and Google are denying a story published by the New York Times which said the two companies had negotiated a deal that would force users to pay fees to get Web content at a faster rate.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt today told journalists at Techonomy that the company is activating 200,000 Android units a day.
Google and Verizon Communications are close to finalizing a proposal for so-called "network neutrality" rules...
Apple and Google AdMob boast name recognition and deep pockets, so where does that leave the independent mobile ad networks?
Leave it to Google to bring Pac-Man into the fun of a second-quarter earnings conference call.
The company shuttered its experimental online-only Nexus One store, saw its Android operating system grow by leaps and bounds, argued with China...
Google has released a new piece of software called App Inventor.
Google is telling lawmakers that it never dissected or used any of the information that it accidentally sucked up while collecting data about public Wi-Fi networks...
Maybe things got off to a bad start when Apple CEO Steve Jobs said most mobile advertising "really sucks." Then he proceeded to show how Apple will change everything, engaging people with ads within apps. Early this week, he showed
An informal online poll being conducted by Android Central asks the question, "What platform are you leaving to join Android and the Evo 4G?"
The public angst surrounding Google's Wi-Fi sniffing activities involves the revelation that the company allegedly accumulated hundreds of gigabytes of potentially personal information from Wi-Fi networks while taking photographs for its Street View project.
Google today closed its acquisition of AdMob, the mobile advertising network. Mountain View reportedly paid $750 million for AdMob.
Google can largely thank Apple for getting the feds to OK it acquisition of AdMob. The FTC today said it has closed its investigation into Google's proposed acquisition of the mobile ad network company
Google made more than one play to one-up Apple with yesterday's unveiling of Android 2.2 (a.k.a. Froyo).
So every developer that attended the Google I/O conference got not only an HTC Evo 4G, but they also got the brand new Android OS, Android 2.2.
Google learns hard lessons of online phone retail.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt seems more interested in keeping the peace with China than with Apple and other rivals in the rapidly growing smartphone market.
The latest version of Google's Android operating system is on its way, and rumors today put tethering in its list of features.
Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam on Tuesday told The Wall Street Journal that Verizon is working with Google on a tablet computer...