Imperva revealed a flaw in Google Chrome's Blink engine that let hackers play "20 Questions" to learn details about your private data.
Google is letting U.S. customers sign up for Google One, its new storage plans with rewards and 24/7 customer service.
Google moved Chrome's notifications out of the browser and into Windows 10's Action Center, which is supposed to make it easier to manage your digital life.
Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Twitter announced the Data Transfer Project to offer better data portability and consumer choice.
Google is putting its Material Design aesthetic into its Canary channel for developers and early adopters.
Android users now have easier access to Google Account settings related to privacy and security. Web and iOS users will see the same benefits later this year.
In the first of our Power User Profile series, we talk to a professional VR/AR developer about what hardware and software he uses to create 3D worlds.
Creepy new AI features from Google finish your sentences in email and make human-sounding phone calls on your behalf. But whose voice is it, really?
New Lens features are rolling out to the default camera app of 10 Android handsets toward the end of May.
In Android P, your phone will adjust to you, gain a cleaner user interface, and offer tools for digital wellness.
At Google I/O 2018, Google Assistant stole the show with a scary-real demo of it carrying on conversations for users. And there's a whole new UI for Android P.
A Smart Compose feature is coming to Gmail, while Google Photos will get a number of one-tap functions powered by artificial intelligence.
With a new design, improved social integration and better attachment handling, Gmail is better than ever.
In a response to a U.S. government inquiry on the Meltdown/Spectre incident, Intel and other companies agreed that embargoing the disclosure of the vulnerabilities was the correct choice.
The deployment is still in beta, but customers of Google’s cloud computing service can now use the company’s dedicated AI processing hardware for their own machine learning developments.
Google announced TensorFlow Lite, a lighter-weight version of the TensorFlow software framework and a successor to TensorFlow Mobile that's more efficient on mobile and embedded devices.
Google announced that its next few releases of Chrome will add new protections that will prevent websites from redirecting users to third-party content in unexpected ways.