Google and NORAD are teaming up once more to track Santa Claus on his Christmas Eve flight around the world. But Google's holiday celebration doesn't stop there.
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.
It's been an eventful year for Google, but let's not forget about the just plan weird things that happened to the search giant this year.
Social networks are adapting with new looks and new features that visually appealing and user friendly.
The Google Zeitgeist 2011 report finds that searchers worldwide were more interested in reality television and celebrities than current events.
Google's getting into the holiday spirit with $40 million in grants to charity - including the largest single grant ever given to the fight against modern slavery.
Google has added Google Street View imagery for the areas of Japan most affected by the March tsunami, enabling users to see the effects for themselves.
A frustrated father took to Google+ to take the search giant for task for locking down his underage daughter's Google account without warning or recourse.
Google has debuted Google Currents, a one-stop shop for Android and iOS users to get all their news and social media - and 150 publishers have already signed on.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy joined Google to cut the ribbon on its new Paris headquarters, even as the European Commission has the search giant under antitrust scrutiny.
Google has given YouTube a facelift that brings the video sharing site even closer to the Google+ social network.