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Google's Eric Schmidt: Android is 'more secure than an iPhone'

The search giant's executive chairman defended his company's platform against accusations of fragmentation

Leaked manual supposedly reveals hardware specs for Google's Nexus 5

No surprises for the LG-made phone, with a bigger screen, a beefier processor and 4G connectivity

Google nears deal over EU monopoly complaints

Google's three-year battle with the EU competition regulator could be coming to a close, according to the man in charge of the case – but he warned that other inquiries were on the horizon.

James Moore: Rein in Google? You won't find EU watchdogs keying that into a search engine

Outlook Here's an interesting thought experiment. Ask yourself which would be more economically destructive: the US Government shutting down, or Google shutting down. The global economy will soon be counting the cost of the former, with the Republicans in Congress putting their hatred of Obamacare above America's economic future.

Google to allow rival firms to display logos on search display results page, says European Commission chief

The European Commission's top competition official said Google would allow rival firms to display their own logos on its search display results page as part of concessions it has offered to avoid a showdown with regulators.

Google reveals new Hummingbird search algorithm to better handle natural speech

News was announced at a press conference in the garage where Sergei Brin and Larry Page first launched the search engine

Google celebrates 15th birthday with interactive piñata 'doodle'

Doodle challenges users to release as many virtual sweets as possible by thwacking a star-shaped piñata with a stick

An end to the slurs? Google attempts to clean up YouTube comments

Comments under videos are notoriously idiotic, but owners have a solution

Fifa 14 free to download on iOS and Android devices

Latest version of the football video game franchise is free to download, though in-app purchases can buy you new players and game modes

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Google offers free Microsoft Office editor for phones and tablets (Microsoft doesn't)

The Quickoffice app allows you to edit Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and Powerpoint presentations on the move

Sony's Smart Stick is an unlikely competitor to Google's Chrome Cast

Another streaming dongle to make your TV ultra-smart, but with limited compatibility and a hefty price-tag it won't be for everyone

Google redesigns its logo and home page

The most visited site on the whole world wide web hasn’t changed its logo in three years

Google Doodle celebrates French physicist Léon Foucault’s 194th birthday with pendulum tribute

Foucault pendulum is a simple device introduced in 1851 to confirm that the earth rotated

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