Google has started blocking websites that resort to trickery to get users to click on content they would not normally view.
Google engineer Benson Leung blows the whistle this week on a Type-C USB cable that killed his Chromebook Pixel.
Microsoft and Google are by far the fastest growing cloud providers, but for all their growth, they had little effect on the juggernaut that is Amazon Web Services as the year closed.
Parse may not have been much of a moneymaker for Facebook (at least according to reports), but it didn't take long for competitors to start trying to attract existing Parse users to their own backend as a service and cloud database offerings.
A group of former and current University of California, Berkeley students have filed suit against Google, claiming the tech giant illegally siphoned information from their university accounts linked to Google apps.
Google has increased the size limit of its block storage products to 3 TB for its high-speed local SSD and to 64 TB of its persistent disk services.
Google is reportedly testing solar-powered drones for the purpose of delivering high-speed Internet from the skies, the Guardian said in a report on Friday. The tests are apparently taking place at Spaceport America in New Mexico.
Gartner looked at records for 40,000 public companies and found that only 13 percent use cloud email.
Google has received a patent for the design of a drone delivery receptacle that could be a step forward for Google's hush-hush drone delivery project and could make drone delivery more accessible for many.
Parse's days are now numbered, as Facebook, which acquired the company in 2013, announced in a blog post that the service is heading for retirement.