Cloud storage may be an excellent way to synchronize data across multiple devices, but it is terrible for large data backups.
Google has released two security audits to the public in an effort to ease data security concerns of its cloud, enterprise and education customers, CNET reports.
The search giant unveiled on Monday a standalone Slides presentation app for iOS devices that enables you to edit Microsoft Office documents directly and edit offline as well.
Wearable band shipments soared 684 percent year-over-year in the first half of 2014, according to the latest stats from industry analyst firm Canalys.
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Adoption of Android 4.4 Kit Kat continue to grow, topping 20.9% of active devices in August.
A federal judge has rejected the proposed $324.5 million wage-theft anti-trust settlement in the well-publicized Silicon Valley wage-fixing case, saying the amount is not nearly enough.
A study by Warwick Business School indicates that the next financial crisis might be preceded by large numbers of people searching on Google for key political and business topics.
Google and Motorola are working together on a 5.9-inch Nexus phablet for release in November, according to multiple rumors.
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