Release of latest version of Android imminent
Senosis uses smartphones as heart-health monitoring device with no extra equipment required
Slashes prices for attached and pre-emptible SSDs
Symantec had been facing 'punishment' for issuing iffy certificates
Amber Rudd takes campaign for an end to end-to-end encryption to Silicon Valley giants Google and Facebook
"Real people" don't need fully private and encrypted communications, argues home secretary
Android targeted by cyber arms merchants disguising military-grade malware as innocuous apps, warns Google
Lipizzan malware infected devices in two-stage process that evaded Google Play security
Roomba 'smart' vacuum cleaner company iRobot plans to sell maps of users' homes to Apple, Amazon and Google
'Smart' products spying on their owners and selling the data for profit? Who'd have thought it!
Full roll-out of Android O expected within weeks
Company still on course to crack the $100bn annual revenue mark this year
Samsung can't see a way to profitably compete against Amazon and Google
Diagnosing faults at speed requires a no-fault, no finger-pointing approach, Philip Beevers, site reliability manager at Google, tells V3
Toby Wright, CTO of the Telegraph, says the new London-based data centre will speed up page load times and improve the user experience
'When you build a boat, you take a bottle of champagne and smack it across the bow. For cloud we have the moral equivalent, kicking off the first instance," says Google VP of engineering Ben Treynor Sloss
Amazon, Google, Oracle, Intel and other major tech firms gang up on patent trolls
Google spin-off Waymo has dropped some, but not all, of its lawsuits relating to ex-employee Anthony Levandowski
WoSign and StartCom to be punished by Google for not maintaining the 'high standards expected of certificate authorities'
Watch out for a price war in the future says 451 Research
ICO rules that Google and Royal Free failed to comply with the Data Protection Act
Company that claims Google almost put it out of business celebrates EU Google whacking
Google still has plenty of other ways to keep an eye on what you're doing online...
That Knowledge Graph holds the secrets of the universe
Trump met with the leaders of Apple, Amazon, Google, and many other US tech giants
But hacker says he expected Google 'to take care of security'
Google pledges to take on more staff as well, though