Google made public two new critical vulnerabilities in Flash and Windows, one of which has yet to be fixed by Microsoft.
Alphabet's Access subsidiary announced that it's "pausing" the expansion of the fiber-optic internet service commonly known as Google Fiber to focus on developing new technologies.
Google announced that Chrome 55, which should be available by the end of the year, will significantly reduce memory usage.
Google revealed the design and price of the first Daydream HMD, and you may be surprised about both.
Google released the YouTube-8M video dataset containing data from over 500,000 videos to accelerate research for video understanding.
Google announced its new Google Neural Machine Translation system for Google Translate, which reduces errors by 55-85% for several language pairs, achieving almost human level performance.
Remix OS 3.0 is now available for Google's Pixel C, bringing a better optimized interface for a device that was always supposed to work as a notebook.
Google uses its DeepMind AI to cut the cooling bill of one of its data centers by 40 percent, proving its AI can show significant improvements in real-world applications as well.
How the creators of "Arctic Journey" for Google Cardboard created a 60fps VR experience that will run on a four-year-old-phone.
Google announced that it has been working on designing a Tensor Processing Unit for the past few years, and has already used TPUs for over a year to power its applications and the AlphaGo AI.
Google announced two new apps at Google I/O: Allo, which brings built-in AI capabilities and optional end-to-end encryption, and Duo, an end-to-end encrypted video-calling app.
A discovery in the Chrome OS source code revealed that the operating system may soon benefit from full Google Play Store integration, giving Chromebook users access to over one million Android apps.
The European Commission charged Google with abusing its dominant position in the Android market to pre-install its other applications and services.
After Alphago defeated Lee Sedol again in the first match, making it the overall winner of the planned five matches, Sedol managed to score a surprising win against AlphaGo in the fourth match.
Google's DeepMind-based AlphaGo AI managed to beat Lee Sedol, the world's premiere Go player and 18-time world champion, in what represents a historical moment for the advancement of AI.