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Google’s new Inbox app is a godsend for people like me who seem to teeter on the brink of inbox bankruptcy weekly, but there’s one problem with the killer Gmail manager: it’s not only available on iOS, Chrome, and Android.… Read more ›

New York’s Times Square is about to get one of the world’s largest advertising video screen billboards — and Google is its debut customer. The screen is an epic eight stories high, runs an entire block, and is made up… Read more ›

Google’s co-founder Larry Page partook in a wide-ranging interview with the Financial Times, published Friday. Among other topics, he talks about Google’s oppository approach to business compared to Apple — epitomized by a story about Steve Jobs. “He would always… Read more ›

Google’s long-awaited flagship smartphone, the Nexus 6, has finally been announced, and it’s a 5.9-inch gorgeous monster. Nexus 6 will be the first device to ship with the new Android operating system Lollipop, so that you know you’re getting the… Read more ›

Google’s long-awaited flagship smartphone, the Nexus 6, has finally been announced, and it’s a 5.9-inch gorgeous monster. Nexus 6 will be the first device to ship with the new Android operating system Lollipop, so that you know you’re getting the… Read more ›

Google is part of a global consortium that plans to install an undersea cable linking the U.S. and Japan to provide faster and more reliable Internet to Asia. The search giant hopes its “FASTER†project will make Google services more accessible to billions… Read more ›

It seems like ages ago that the original iPod touch helped boost the popularity of iOS. With seven years behind the device, Apple still believes in the product and has introduced a price cut. Watch today’s news roundup to hear… Read more ›

The entire future of the Android universe was just laid open for all to see, by Android chief Sundar Pichai as Google I/O kicked off this morning at Moscone West. Yes, there were juicy bits about the newest version of Android… Read more ›

Sooner rather than later, Google will be tracking your every move. The Mountain View search colossus already knows whether you have the flu or are interested in dropping a few pounds, thanks to its mining of your search data and… Read more ›