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You may well be worried about your kids running up large bills through in-app purchases, and Google and Apple are worried too: after being sued by a mother in New York whose child spent $65.95 on Marvel Run Jump Smash, Google is now adding a new security level to Android's app store.
Smartphone manufacturers Samsung, Motorola, HTC and Huawei have plans to release new smartwatches into the mobile market for 2014.
The Flappy Bird Story proves that mobile gaming is growing rapidly, and that it is very profitable for the developer as well as platform providers.
Google Drive storage now costs $1.99 a month for 100GB of storage, down from $4.99 per month.
It's impersonal and slow, with lack of support for different file formats. It has a stubbornly rigid pricing model and no browser access whatsoever.
Hybrids are all the rage these days. No, I'm not talking about laptops that transmogrify into tablets, or portable all-in-ones that can be lugged around like supersized slates.
Google is seeking to black out portions of a transcript from a public court hearing that includes information on how it mines data from personal e-mails.
While some call Vanity Fair's piece on a married Google founder's romance with a much younger employee a "trashy read," the report says that Google Glass was the catalyst of the break-up.
Producing so-called "dual-boot" machines has already been accomplished but neither company wants to see it happen again.
A sign outside Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California. The company announced add-ons for its Google Docs and Sheets Thursday.
Although Android is currently the dominant force of the mobile scene, Mozilla has suggested that if Google was to rebuild its iOS rival, the search giant would make a number of fundamental changes.
The space that Google is eyeing for its first-ever retail store in New York is about 8,000 square feet, sources say.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he has called President Barack Obama to express his frustration over what he says is long-lasting damage caused by the U.S. government's surveillance programs.
Computerworld - Google Thursday announced that prices of its fixed monthly data storage plans for its Drive service have been cut by as much as 80%.
The next time you move, you may be able to give friends and family members a virtual tour of your new house, thanks to new technology from a Silicon Valley startup.
A day after Google announced its Google Apps Referral Program, concerned resellers are saying they are hearing only silence about how the program will affect the channel.