Latest Google articles

Google-owned Nest opens up to third-party apps

Nest learning Thermostat
5,000 developers have already expressed an interest, says Nest Labs
24 Jun 2014

Heartbleed - 300,000 systems still not secure

heartbleed
Even a decade from now, critical systems could be vulnerable, claims security researcher
23 Jun 2014

Google adds camera surveillance to Nest – amid a flurry of acquisitions

dropcam-pro-front-72dpi
Dropcam adds video surveillance to Nest digital thermostats, while beefing up DoubleClick advertising and next-generation wireless
23 Jun 2014

Private company stored NHS patient records data on Google Drive

Up to 10,000 patients could have been affected by Diagnostic Health's data breaches
17 Jun 2014

Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Google Glass ‘mainly a marketing implement’

Bidwells' IT director, Philip van Enis, questions enterprise case for Google Glass
13 Jun 2014

Is Apple Ireland's sweetheart? EC confirms investigation (updated)

The European Commission has confirmed it is looking into whether the Irish government's tax arrangements with Apple constitute state aid.
12 Jun 2014

Evernote latest to be struck by DDoS attack

Users of notetaking and archiving software left unable to synchronise files
11 Jun 2014

Google must prevent illegal access to our content, says News Corp

Phone-hacking media giant unhappy about with Google search algorithms that let downloaders 'steal' its TV shows
09 Jun 2014

Google to spend up to $3bn on satellites to extend global internet coverage

180 units could orbit Earth to extend internet access to every corner of the globe
03 Jun 2014

Google web form offers EU citizens first step in 'right to be forgotten'

Search giant allows EU citizens to request removal of search results, but with no promises of action
30 May 2014

Kabbee opts for Rackspace ahead of Google, Amazon, Microsoft owing to emphasis on customer service

London minicab firm said other companies were interested only in selling Kabbee a commodity, rather than working in tandem
29 May 2014

Datacentres Europe 2014: Machine learning is the future of PUE, says Google

99.6 per cent accuracy in PUE prediction achieved, reveals data centres VP
28 May 2014

The right to be forgotten: forgetting the practicalities?

James McGachie, legal director at law firm DLA Piper, explains what the recent European Court of Justice's ruling in the 'right to be forgotten' trial means for internet users and search engines
23 May 2014

Dubai Police to trial Google Glass

Wearable devices to be tested by traffic cops
21 May 2014

Lenovo yearly profits jump by 29 per cent

Disappointing sales in China offset by growth in EMEA and Americas for world's biggest PC maker
21 May 2014

Apple and Google settle patent legal battle as Samsung and Apple look to next generation technology

Apple and Google dismiss their respective lawsuits, while Apple and Samsung compete to file patents for next-generation mobile technology
19 May 2014

Google's Larry Page: Web search remains a challenging technology, but usability still key

Annual letter to shareholders highlights Google's growing technology challenges
16 May 2014

Google's Eric Schmidt and ICO clash on European Court's 'right to be forgotten' ruling

ICO claims victory for personal data privacy, but Google executive Eric Schmidt thinks it a poor decision
15 May 2014

Google Glass to go on sale in the US in beta form

General public will be able to buy internet-connected eyewear while stocks last, says Google
14 May 2014

Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter band together against 'net neutrality' plan

More than 100 tech firms sign letter opposing plans by FCC commmissioners
08 May 2014

Nokia to invest $100m in smart car technology

Company is looking to expand into new fields after selling off mobile arm to Microsoft
07 May 2014

Apple and Samsung make closing arguments in (latest) patent case

Apple argues for $2bn in damages over "slide to unlock" and other patents
30 Apr 2014

Infosec 2014: Businesses should prepare for Google Glass, say security chiefs

Security teams should be able to explain risks of solutions when they're asked, say Home Retail Group and AXA security chiefs
29 Apr 2014

Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe to pay $324m to settle anti-poaching class action suit

The tech workers who were seeking recompense for lost earnings had asked for $3bn
25 Apr 2014