The London-based firm DeepMind, set up by a chess-prodigy-turned-neuroscientist, is Google's biggest European acquisition.
An appeals court has ruled that Apple did not use patented technology owned by Google unit Motorola Mobility in making its iPhones.
AT CES this week, Yahoo head Marissa Meyer stepped up the ailing search company’s battle plans as it prepares to take on Microsoft and Google.
Google and Yahoo! are fuming over revelations that the agency intercepted their users' records.
Google's latest app Wallet has represented a challenge to the Passbook program that Apple built into the iPhone's operating system.
Analysts estimate that Twitter could be valued at as much as $15-billion if it comes to market at the end of this year.
People sending emails to Google's Gmail users have no "reasonable expectation" that it will be confidential, says the company in a court filing.
It takes something special to remind us of the wonders of technology, and Google Loon is one of those projects, writes Alistair Fairweather.
The revelations about the Prism programme, which links NSA computers to Google, Facebook and Apple, among others, matter to South Africa.
The massive brands the world trusts with their information have been struggling to respond to evidence that they leaked user's information to Prism.
Google has denied it has a back door that could compromise the security of its users' data after reports the US's spy agency hacked into its systems.
The Jasper power plant by Google will generate sufficient energy for 30 000 homes.
Google's chairperson, Eric Schmidt, says he welcomes promises by international leaders to crack down on tax loopholes exploited by the search firm.
Google is under fire for the amount of tax it pays, particularly in smaller countries. So how un-evil is Google? Stuart Thomas takes a closer look.
Google staged four discussions expounding on the finer points of its Glass wearable computer during this week's developer conference.
Even though Google Glass is doomed to fail, we should thank tech companies for experimenting, writes Alistair Fairweather.
Is Google a force for openness and good, or a repressive monopoly?
Executive chairperson of Google Eric Schmidt has described China as "the most egregious" example of a nation attempting to control the internet.
Google is understood to be in negotiations with major music labels over launching a streaming service, similar to Spotify, later this year.