Google is already one of the largest companies in the world, and Friday it's making one of the largest stock market moves ever.
Google's newest self-driving car will debut on public roads this summer, as it seeks to have driverless cars available to consumers in the next five years.
Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around the state of California have gotten into accidents since September.
Google Plus is no longer trying to be a competitor to Facebook. Here's why it was split into two services, Photos and Streams.
Laws and lawyers -- not technology -- are the biggest obstacle to bringing self-driving cars to market.
Project Fi requires a Google-made Nexus 6 smartphone and a Gmail account. The cost is in line with the competition. And is Google committed to it?
Google debuts a new service that enables customers to pay for only the data they use and use Wi-Fi networks to curb data use and keep phone bills low.
The EU accuses Google of cheating competitors by distorting Internet search results and also opens a probe into its Android mobile operating system.
YouTube may soon let you buy your way out of ads with a premium subscription called Music Key that'll battle against Spotify and Pandora.
Yahoo, Tupperware, Google and Mattel are struggling in various ways. If their quarterly earnings continue to disappoint, get a free Chipotle burrito.
Google will still sell a version of Glass to other companies. It did not release a timetable for the new consumer model.
Tesla offers bad news about sales in China and potential profits, and Amazon basks in the glory of the Golden Globes and a Woody Allen deal.
European regulators are concerned that so-called free apps quickly lead to purchases to enhance the app.
Everywhere you turn, Google dominates the online world. And though I was initially reluctant to use its products, I've now adapted happily to its hegemony.
Two analysts see soaring ad revenue for YouTube -- and a push for it to improve the quality of its videos.