Google unveiled some cool new features to the dictionary function in its search.
According to reports, Google is talking to the National Football League about putting out-of-market games on YouTube. Evan Dashevsky thinks such a deal would make sense for the NFL, for Google, and for fans.
Microsoft espouses a philosophy of one device for every task, while Apple champions different devices for different scenarios. John Moltz explores the gulf between the two approaches.
YouTube 2.0 makes searching and watching at the same time easier, and comes with a few welcome user-interface changes.
Google has reduced the time buyers have to wait to receive the US$35 Chromecast TV device, saying it will ship orders in two weeks or less.
Being a pundit is never having to apologize for your imagination.
After snatching up social traffic app Waze in June, Google is finally adding the app’s crowdsourced incident reports its own mobile Maps.
Google has told British consumers in a privacy claim that it does not have to answer to English courts and U.K. privacy laws don't apply to it, according to the law firm for the plaintiffs.
This week we'll see how to make Apple opinions out of almost nothing at all!
In case anyone was wondering, the folks at Gizmodo still have a thing against Apple.