Search engine companies and entertainment industry representatives are 'extremely close' to signing an agreement
Baby photos, birthday party invites and self-indulgent status updates are the coal, iron and steel of the fourth industrial revolution
The app uses the Awareness API Google unveiled at its I/O developer conference last year to collect information about a user's lifestyle
A similar case involving Microsoft last year had the opposite outcome
The monetary value of Google’s brand rose by 24 per cent last year to $109.5bn
The update could have improved battery life, but for a huge price
The crisis fund is reported to be the largest sum of money ever awarded by the search giant to a humanitarian cause
Tech giant Google, Netflix, Apple and Facebook warn order could affect their companies' talent pool
Google claims it minimally impacts data usage and won't drain your battery
One office is a ski lodge, while another is a library, complete with secret passage.
A simple trick allows people to use Google's hosting services without being checked by them
Staff spend seven hours counting the coins after the office's automated machines could not cope with the load
Google is a company of frightening scope. The sheer amount of info it has on internet users is astounding, and the fact that so many of us are reliant on its apps to function means it should only keep growing.
2016 was the Year of the Lie. The good news is that normal service will be resumed and in 2017 veracity will make a comeback and we will enjoy a new Enlightenment. Andy Martin gets to the truth of the matter
Since 2007, Google Street View has taken panoramic shots of 5 million miles of roads, covering 45 countries and about 3,000 cities around the world.
Children around the world are counting down to Santa's take-off on Christmas Eve