Fitbit is being acquired by Google’s parent company for about 2.1 billion dollars (£1.6 billion).
Google’s parent company reported a revenue increase of 20% as the technology giant hailed its “strong growth” in its latest financial results.
Facebook has dropped out of the top 10 most valuable global brands as Apple, Google and Amazon retained the first three places.
Google’s top boss has said the tech giant is planning to invest 3 billion euros (£2.6 billion) to expand its data centres across Europe in the next two years.
The White House is launching an investigation into France’s proposed tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook, in a move that could lead to US taxes on French imports.
Chinese tech giant Huawei has filed a motion in a US court challenging the constitutionality of a law that limits its sales of telecoms equipment, the latest action in an ongoing clash with Washington.
Social media giants have pledged hundreds of thousands of pounds to the Samaritans charity in a bid to rid the internet of self-harm videos and other damaging material, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said.
Jason Momoa fans have been sharing pictures of the hunky Aquaman star in an effort to rid social media of the similarly-named Momo meme.
Dalneigh residents left dismayed after Google image search uses a police van to illustrate their area
Residents of a north community have hit out after a major internet company used a picture of a crime scene to illustrate life in part of Inverness.
Christmas just isn’t Christmas without an annual viewing of Home Alone – and now, thanks to Google, the experience has been updated for the 21st century.
Donald Trump has once again called out social networks and internet giants for allegedly giving less prominence to him and fellow Republicans.
I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!, Killing Eve, Black Panther and A Star Is Born were the most searched-for topics in the UK on Google for entertainment fans this year.
The Duchess of Sussex and actress Roxanne Pallett were the “top trending” people in the UK in 2018, Google has announced.
With the world perhaps more confusing than ever in 2018, Google users were bombarding the search engine with plenty of “what is…?” questions.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has defended the company accepting billions from Google to make its search engine the iPhone default, despite its commitment to privacy.
Google is shutting its underwhelming Plus social network for regular users, following the disclosure of a flaw discovered in March that exposed personal information of up to 500,000 people.
Veteran broadcaster Michael Buerk has accused internet giants Facebook, Google and Twitter of having “no concern” about the truth.
It goes to show that you don’t even have to get your feet wet to be a Nessie hunter these days.
Internet giant Google has been attacked for considering censoring content for access to Chinese markets – but still refusing to remove child abuse content.
Jeremy Corbyn needs “better ideas” than a windfall tax on tech firms to fund journalism, the UK’s technology trade association has said.
Google is reportedly working on a mobile version of its search engine that will comply with strict censorship controls in China.
MEPs have voted to reject a proposed overhaul of EU copyright law which had received the support of high-profile musicians and the creative industries, and condemnation from large online technology companies.
Many people are guilty of Googling health questions they’d rather not bother their doctor with, but there’s nothing better than face-to-face advice from a trained expert.
A seven-year-old girl, who loves robots and computers, got a wonderful response when Google chief Sundar Pichai responded personally to her handwritten job application.
Google Maps is forever looking to make itself more useful as a travel service, from public transport times to traffic warnings – and now it appears to have its sights on making parking easier too.
We have endless amounts of information at our fingertips – almost anything can be learned just by typing a query into Google.
Google has become something denizens of the 21st century have come very much to rely on, with the phrase 'Google' it being used on a daily basis as an omni solution to each and every problem.
Google has been forced to remove a feature added to its Gmail service as an April Fool’s prank after it sparked a backlash among users who claimed it was costing them potential jobs.
A new feature has been quietly added to Google’s email service.
Ruth Davidson has warned that corporate tax avoidance is "not fair" and is "eroding trust" in the UK Government.
Karran Bonner of Brightside examines how Google has built one of the fastest-growing empires of the digital age and discovers how we could all develop our own version of the Google success story.
Loch Ness Monster fanatics will be sure to notice something a little different about Google's homepage this morning.