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Not to be outdone by Google Apps, the Cloud Platform is getting its own game of red light, green light.
Not to be outdone by Apple's spaceship-like blueprints, Google has some futuristic digs in the pipeline as well.
Can a Linux company and a networking power join forces to make an open-source cloud and software defined network that's good enough for telecommunications data-centers? Canonical and Juniper think so.
The tech giant has completed a hasty U-turn on the decision to ban sexually explicit content from Blogger blogs.
Expenses stemming from Covata's backdoor listing on the ASX have left the Australian data security company with a loss of AU$14.7 million for the six months ending December 2014.
Google Play paid search ads could help developers reach more customers. For Google, Google Play seems like a natural mobile ad outlet.
Google is restructuring its European business units in the wake of growing regulatory and legal pressures.
Jive is promising marketers new insights for personalized messaging and campaigns based on a visitor's demonstrated interests.
Could a strategic investment in Jawbone help Google tap into the wearables and sensor market?
Reports suggest the launch of a new payments API, dubbed Android Pay, is imminent.
Google's find-a-bug event is no more, but anyone unearthing a Chrome or Chrome OS vulnerability can still get their hands on some cash.
Australian internet services provider Melbourne IT is forking out AU$15.5 million to acquire the Uber for domains: Canberra-headquartered cloud services and domain registration company Uber Global Group, that is.
Microsoft is discontinuing Facebook and Google Chat integration in Outlook.com, and is advising users to use Skype instead.
Uptake of Docker containers stands to get a further boost from integration work to put Google's Kubernetes on OpenStack, according to Mirantis.
No search result is a passive reproduction of data from a "public domain". Google makes the public domain public. Search underpins a massive profit-making machine.
While you were busy freaking out about government surveillance, censorship blossomed at the one corporation that has the most power to fight -- or enable -- suppression of speech: Google.
Google will soon disappear blogs on its Blogger platform that don't conform to its new anti-adult policies.
The deal will see the three largest US wireless giants bring Google's mobile payments service to the Android devices they sell.
Google is opening up the Inbox party to a longer guest list, but an invite is still required.
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