Max Mosley sues Google over `sex party` images

Former Formula One boss, Max Mosley, has launched a legal action against Google in the UK for continuing to publish images of him at a sex party.

Now, shoes synced with Google maps to vibrate and give directions

Indian tech firm Ducere Technologies has created `Lechas shoes` which would be synced with Google Maps to give directions to the user by vibrating the left or the right shoe.

Google can predict market crashes

By looking at specific topics people search for on internet, Google can tell you if the stock market is headed for a crash or not.

How Google searches can warn about stock market crashes

A new research has come up with a method that automatically identifies the warning signs on search data on Google before subsequent stock market crashes.

Google starts mapping Liberty and Ellis Islands

Google, on Wednesday, took the first step to put Liberty and Ellis Islands on Google Maps whereby Tourists and visitors might be able to see them without undertaking a ferry.

Chinese search engine Baidu mulling Google-like `self-driven` car

Chinese search engine Baidu, widely known as Google of China , is reportedly planning its own ` self- driven` car, matching up with the tech giant Google.

Google mapping comes under CBI scrutiny

CBI has registered a preliminary enquiry (PE) against Internet giant Google over Mapathon 2013, an event organised by the US company, for allegedly violating laws by mapping sensitive areas and defence installations, prohibited by law.

Vint Cerf informs about internet problems through video

In a video recently posted by Google, a Vint Cerf cartoon explains the Internet address system and some hassles it faces.

Google under fire from regulators on EU privacy ruling

Google`s handling of "right to be forgotten" requests from European citizens came under fire by regulators after the search engine firm restricted the removal of Internet links to European sites only, a person familiar with the matter said.

Google offers big prize for small power box

Google is offering a million-dollar prize for a breakthrough that would make solar or wind generated electricity more enticing for everyday uses.

Commonwealth Games 2014: Google celebrates with doodle

Google celebrates the opening ceremony of one of the largest multi-sports event, Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow with a doodle on its homepage.

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo top online searches during FIFA World Cup

He may not have been able to deliver the World Cup to Argentina but Lionel Messi topped the google search results for forwards during the just-concluded event in Brazil along with Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo.

Google unveils `Project Zero` hacker squad to defend people against cyber-attacks

Tech titan Google on Wednesday unveiled `Project Zero` - a team of elite hackers designated for checking internet security holes and defending people from cyber-attacks.

Smart tap glucose level with Google`s contact lens

Google`s smart contact lens, that can measure blood sugar level, is on its way to be commercialized with the tech giant collaborating with Novartis to develop it.

Google+ abandons need to use real names

Google+ apologized Tuesday and stopped requiring people to use their real names while mingling in the online social network, as it looks to gain ground on market leader Facebook.

Looking into unauthorised digital certificates issue: Govt

The government today said it is looking into the matter raised by tech giants Google and Microsoft which have said that the National Informatics Centre (NIC) has issued unauthorised digital certificates.

Control Google Glass with your thoughts

Focus hard and you will be able to control Google Glass with your thoughts alone. Yes, your power of thoughts can give the computer eyewear commands to do certain things, like taking a picture and even posting it to Facebook.

Restricting web searches curtails freedom of expression, says Google`s top lawyer

Google`s chief legal officer, David Drummond has explained the shortcomings of the ruling handed down by the European Union in May this year, which said that people have the right to be forgotten.

Now correct Google Now with `No, I said` command

Google has come up with a new voice command `No, I said` that helps users correct Google now.

More first-time moms surfing Google for pregnancy queries

The Google search engine has come to the rescue of would-be moms. According to researchers, more and more first-time mothers are using the internet to seek answers to their queries related to pregnancies.