In the wake of a landmark ruling, Google has begun removing users' search data it deems to be outdated personal information. But the ruling only applies to people in the European Union.
Google is pushing its Android operating system across everyday devices, from cars to TV screens. But what does this move mean for consumers?
On Wednesday, the first of the two-day Google I/O developer's conference in San Francisco, the search giant announced updates to its Android mobile operating system, as well as plans to expand Android into the car, onto the television, and onto your wrist.
Google is revving its Android engine: at its annual developer's conference, Google I/O, Google announced Android Auto, the first automobile-specific operating system that works with Android.
In the run up to the Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco this week, Google Glass has been busy unveiling the product in the UK and releasing 12 new app updates for Glass owners. But will it do much to sway consumer opinion?
Google-owned Nest Labs will now allow developers to make appliances that can work and communicate with each other in an interconnected home.
Android updates, an in-car operating system, and smart watches are on the docket to look for at Google's upcoming I/O Conference.
Will high fashion branding and aviator-style shades transform Google Glass from geek to geek chic? That is the aim with Diane von Furstenberg-designed frames, as the device is released for sale in the UK.
These smartphone features can help car owners find a shortcut, or stop them from looking at their phone while driving. Here are five of the best smartphone features that drivers should get.