A 2007 e-mail uncovered in the course of a lawsuit reveals that under Steve Jobs' request, Google's Eric Schmidt got one of the company's own recruiters fired after they tried to hire an Apple engineer.
Christopher Dawson explores the mystery behind the hottest and fastest growing tech company in the world. Google spoilers inside.
Chris Dawson is a freelance writer, consultant, and policy advocate with 20 years of experience in education, technology, and the intersection of the two.
Google's Daniel Alegre says that Google China is alive and thriving, but the reality is that Baidu is still in the lead.
Google has announced that Google Message Continuity, Picnik, the Social Graph API, Urchin, Google Sky Map and Needlebase are getting merged, open sourced or else killed entirely.
The solution to SOPA won't be found in Washington - and shouldn't be. The only way to really combat piracy is for Silicon Valley and Hollywood to start working as a team.
Google VP and Internet evangelist Dr. Vinton Cerf writes in the New York Times that Internet access isn't a right - it's just a tool towards enabling free speech.
In an effort to prove that Google plays by its own rules, Google Chrome has seen its PageRank demoted and no longer appears on the first page of results for the term "browser."
Google's Chrome continues to beat Microsoft's IE browser and one reason may be in the messaging of their mainstream television commercials.
Google has made one last renewable energy investment in 2011: $94 million towards solar power plants in Sacramento, California.