Perhaps this is Android@Home round two, but Google will reportedly launch a light software platform for the Internet of Things next week.
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The latest revelation in the vast cache of Snowden documents.
The company also launches features to analyze, build and target communities via its Community Cloud.
If you're a Google Fiber user and are suspected of downloading illegal content, you may find automatic demands for money in the post.
Look for Apple to debut Home, an iOS app to gather up and configure HomeKit products on your iPhone or iPad. But will it be the app to control them too?
The technology giant releases an extension for its Chrome browser that allows machines to swap information using audio - an idea inspired by the simplicity of talking to other people.
Twitter and Google have entered into a partnership that will see the search giant regain access to the Twitter firehose.
Say so long to simple navigation and hello to more robust Maps software on your wrist. The battle for your wrist between Google and Apple is improving both watch products.
There's a shakeout on the horizon as smaller players are forced to rethink their plans - which means cloud customers need to beware.
A multitude of technology firms hope to stop legislation which would allow law enforcement access to data stored in mobile devices.
Google has dropped the prices of all its Google Compute Instances.
This week in iOS news we saw the release of a Lightning cable with ethernet on the other end, Office got support for working with iCloud, and Duet Display now does Windows.
Opinion: Security is everyone's responsibility, not just those with the cash to upgrade.
Google is known for playing hardball when it comes to firms fixing security problems -- and now the company itself is being held under the same standard. [UPDATED]
The tech giant plans to send prototype autonomous cars out on to Californian streets this summer.
Video and social media drive 4G traffic as EE says it now has 10 million mobile users on its LTE network.
After debuting nearly a year ago, Google Fit hasn't seen many improvements. Now, as health tracking becomes more mainstream, Google is making it better.
This is why we can't have nice things: Malicious Chrome extensions are getting through the loophole of Google's Chrome Developer channel.
Google has received around a quarter of a million removal requests by Europeans since a ruling from last May forced the search giant to accept them.
Until now, Android One phones were generally under $100 in price and limited to India and nearby regions. Now, Google is turning its attention on Turkey with a capable phone.
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