Today's Google doodle celebrates Ada Lovelace, a woman who is widely regarded as the first computer programmer, since she wrote algorithms for Charles Babbage's analytical engine.
It's a game that all multi-national corporations play in one fashion or another – the game of evading as much tax as you can; and Google is the latest corporation to be outed as a global tax dodger.
Reports are saying Google and Apple are soon to purchase Kodak's Imaging Patents for around 500 million U.S. dollars.
Google is giving $5 million to the World Wildlife Fund to put drones in the skies over Africa and Asia in order to monitor endangered species
Google+ members just surpassed the 500 million member mark and Google says that they will soon overtake Facebook as the most used social media site. Also, Google will be making changes and no longer offer a free business version of Google Apps.
The inventor of the world wide web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has joined a growing list of people, nations and companies expressing concern about the United Nations meeting on the future of the internet.
Motorola Mobility, owned by Google, has failed to secure a sales ban on Microsoft's Xbox 360 gaming console over the alleged infringement of its patents.
The United States and European Union have revealed that they will oppose a proposal by Russia to tax the internet and make it easier to track people online.
Google continues it's awesome and ridiculous expansion of Streetview, returning to the slopes and providing over 90 ski resorts worldwide with a first person view of the snow
An Australian tax amendment is hoping to close loopholes which large companies like Google routinely use to circumvent tax laws and keep from paying.
On November 22, 2012 the European Parliament passed a resolution condemning the vote by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) that would allow the organization to usurp power over the Internet.
Google has criticised an upcoming United Nations conference on the internet as a threat to free speech online.
According to tech website GIGaom, Google is currently developing its own media streaming functionality, for Android devices and Google TV. The technology that the company is hoping to persuade device and software makers to adopt would be similar to that of Apple’s AirPlay media solution.
The ever vocal Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, has strongly criticised Apple and Android, suggesting Windows Phone is the best of both worlds.
Google has released its latest transparency report, revealing that government surveillance is on the increase, with the United States making the most requests by far for data on users.
This week, residents in the two Kansas cities will be able to arrange for installation of Google's new 1 Gbps fiber optic internet service.
Google has updated its Maps app for Android devices to include the interiors of many stores, helping consumers more easily navigate their way around this holiday season.
Google's music streaming and cloud storage service is becoming available in Europe, and has now rolled out in a number of European countries.
Google alters its design today, giving you a sleeker, less cluttered search window; at least on google's main US site.
Google has been filtering your searches based on personal preference, and since this has caused some stir in the online community, Google is now releasing a way of opting out of Google's personalized search results.