Google Fiber is finally here, but will it be a success?
Google has started to install its Fiber TV and broadband service in Hanover Heights, Kansas City, KS, giving residents in the US state internet of up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps).
Verizon given $1.25m fine for allegedly blocking tethering apps
Verizon Wireless, one of the biggest carriers in America, has agreed to stop blocking its Android subscribers from using third party tethering apps.
Deutsche Telekom's Google talks give rise to NFC payment apps
Deutsche Telekom AG has been in apparent discussion with Google over the possibility of expanding its mobile payments service overseas and collaborating with Google Wallet.
New Google TV to launch in Europe, but will it be worth it?
Google’s “all-new” TV offering is being rolled out in Europe next month, marking what the search giant will hope is a vastly improved version of their previous attempt at smart TV.
Google Apps for Business clears ISO security audit
Google Apps for Business has cleared a key security hurdle by achieving ISO 27001 certification, which it hopes will persuade large businesses that it’s safe to move crucial data and processes to its cloud.
Google finalises Motorola deal by bringing in own CEO
Google hasn’t wasted any time in stamping their mark on the newly-acquired Motorola Mobility, with Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha “stepping down” to be replaced by “long-time Googler” Dennis Woodside.
"It's a tough time to be an operator", Google's Schmidt
It's hard to be a Mobile wireless operator today, according to Eric Schmidt, Google chairman; with regulation and the cost of 4G network upgrades threatening to cause serious problems for telcos the world over.
Google shares fall on disappointing results
Google shares plummeted yesterday following news that the search giant’s performance for Q4 2011 had come in below predictions.
British Telecom files patent lawsuit against Google services and Android
Google is facing a lawsuit against British Telecom for infringing 6 US patents that are worth billions of dollars in total.
Google Chrome vs Firefox - who will be the top web browser?
Mozilla Firefox has some work to do to reclaim its place as the second most popular web browser in the world, as Google Chrome has overtaken the browser.