The tool aims to make it easier for people to improve themselves, by scheduling ‘reading more books, learning a new language, or working out more regularly’, as well as any other regular activity
European Commission proposes 'country-by-country' reporting rules to address public anger over multinational tax avoidance
'This is... an ambitious proposal for more transparency on tax'
Kenny Jacobs, Ryanair’s chief marketing officer, said Google sometimes “gets it wrong”.
A study by Goldman Sachs has shown that drones have huge potential to revolutionise many different industries, from journalism to building work
The Google Maps makeover isn't as drastic as the company's disastrous Gmail prank
Google said: 'Well, it looks like we pranked ourselves this year'
Google's prank has led to Gmail users insulting their friends and losing jobs
The companies have many of the same objections that they have registered throughout the process — but outlines them in the strongest possible terms, arguing that the could undermine some of the internet’s most important protections
'Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful', said William Morris in 1880
The rumoured keyboard reportedly has gesture recognition and built-in search functions
Support for the app launcher will slowly be removed on Windows, Mac and Linux over the next few months
Viva la Cuba - 1950s cars and casas particulares could be a thing of the past
Future Google employees should be grateful these questions are no longer on the table
The suspected Google Glass 'Enterprise Edition' is currently going for $7,300
Mr Obama is on an historic trip to Cuba - the first by a sitting US president in 90 years