Google's new music streaming service called All Access has been officially announced. It will cost $9.99 a month, or $7.99 if you sign up for the free trial by June 30th. It is currently only available for the U.S. with more countries coming at a later date.
Google has officially announced and released their own multiplatform messaging service called Hangouts. It's available on iOS, Android, through Gmail, and even as a Chrome extension.
Rumors of a Google powered Galaxy S4 have finally been put to rest as Google has officially announced the Galaxy S4 running stock Android. The handset will be available exclusively via Play Store for $649 beginning June 26.
Internet connection between Syria and the rest of the world has been cut off according to a US web tracking firm, and phone lines into Damascus have been cut as well.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is getting ready to announce their own music streaming service. They mention that Google has signed deals with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Warner Music Group. No word on pricing.
On the eve of Google I/O 2013 the software giant saw it fit to push a minor update to their Play Store app which bumps it up to version 4.1.6.
Yesterday, Google announced the next city to receive their high speed fiber internet service. This time, it's Gladstone, a suburb of Kansas City.
General Motors has launched its own data center after an announcement last year to stop outsourcing their IT work. They’ve taken inspiration from Google and Facebook in their approach.
Up until now, Google has given you separate storage for Google Drive, Google+ and Gmail. Now, they've decided to do the logical thing and unify it to a single 15GB chunk.
In order to strengthen the quality of reviews and help connect consumers with developers, Google is enabling all of its Play developers to reply to user reviews on their apps.
Google has hinted that it may ban Facebook Home on Android devices eventually in order to ensure a good user experience.
Google has banned developers from making money off of apps that they develop for Google Glass. Apparently, it isn't stopping some developers from continuing to create.
Just a couple of days away from Google I/O, GottaBeMobile posts some impressive (and realistic) concept renders of unreleased Nexus devices made by designer Bob Freking.
Google's new gaming app named "Play Games" has been detailed. It will likely include game syncing, matchmaking and invite, scoring and leaderboards, as well as achievements. The app will be tied to Google+ in order to handle some of these functions.
Newly leaked benchmarks of what looks to be none other than the long rumored Motorola X Phone confirm it's a mid range device, breaks many hearts.
Google CEO Larry Page has killed any plans to launch a physical credit card for Google's Wallet program leading up to their I/O event next week. The head of Google Wallet has also departed the company as a result of this fiasco.
According to an analyst, Google's new Nexus 7 will pack a Qualcomm chipset and a high resolution display while retaining the affordable price tag. See what else our sources told us.
A popular Chinese analyst is claiming that Google has put their X Phone project aside in order to go back to Motorola for further development. The analyst believes this to be due to a lack of innovation and new technology.
After successfully overhauling the other web browsers in terms of market share, Google has now set its sights on the final frontier – breaking Safari's stranglehold of the Apple mobile iOS ecosystem.
Google is currently in the planning stages of bringing their new gigabit Fiber internet to Grandview Missouri.