Google joins Instagram

Google has opened up an Instagram account.

YouTube to acquire videogame-streaming service Twitch for $1 Billion: Reports

If the rumours are to believed, then Google’s YouTube has reached a deal to acquire the video game streaming platform Twitch for more than $1 billion.

Rubik`s Cube: Google Doodle celebrates 40th birthday of brain teasing puzzle

Get ready to be puzzled today when you visit the homepage of Google. You will be greeted with a giant Rubik`s Cube and will surely be lured into solving this amazing puzzle game . To celebrate the 40th anniversary of this brain-teasing toy , Google is hosting an interactive virtual version on its homepage.

Google already receiving demands to remove content, following EU ruling

Users are already demanding Google to erase links related to them, after the European ruling against the company.

GoogleMaps add UK public transport update links

Updating it`s Maps database, Internet giant Google has launched a mapping feature for all public transportation facilities available in the UK.

Google gets take-down requests after European court ruling: Source

Google Inc is already getting requests to remove objectionable personal information from its search engine after Europe`s top court ruled that subjects have the "right to be forgotten," a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

Tiny scanner that checks your fruit`s nutritional value

What if you can get the nutritional value of an apple or a watermelon by just scanning it with a hand-held device?

Top EU court backs right to ask for `deleting personal data` in Google data case

In a surprise ruling on Tuesday, the EU`s top court said individuals have the right to ask US Internet giant Google to delete personal data produced by its ubiquitous search engine.

Google search manipulation can swing votes in Indian elections

Altering Google search results can pose a real threat to democracy as it has a major impact on the voting preferences of undecided voters and could swing a close election, according to a new landmark study analysing the just concluded Lok Sabha polls in India.

Europe`s top court backs ``right to be forgotten`` in Google case

Europe`s top court sided with privacy rights supporters on Tuesday, saying that world No. 1 search engine Google can be required to remove sensitive information from its Internet search results.

Google testing redesigned Gmail interface for Web: Report

Internet search giant Google is reportedly testing a newly redesigned Gmail interface for Web.

Murthy kicks off Indo-US hackathon at Google

India`s IT guru N.R. Narayanan Murthy Friday launched the first Indo-US hackathon, being held simultaneously at the campuses of global search engine Google here and at Mountain View in California.

Rajinikanth thanks fans on Twitter for big welcome

With nearly 3 lakh fans on the social networking site Twitter, Rajinikanth must have broken some kind of record.

How US social media giants have changed face of polls in India

The three US social media giants - Facebook, Twitter and Google - have emerged as major players in the ongoing general elections in India, with political parties and candidates competing with each other in breaking news and spreading messages via these outlets.

Facebook, Google users threatened by new security flaw: Report

Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft and many other online services users have been hit by a serious new security flaw.

Twitter trends on Google courtesy Rajinikanth!

None can be like Thalaiva- the one and only Rajinkanth. And hence he made Twitter trend on Google!

Election fever: Social media abuzz with awareness campaigns

As India prepares itself to cast the first round of votes for Lok Sabha elections, social media platforms and tech companies have also caught on the poll fever with many coming out and urging youth to cast their vote in the country`s biggest battle for the ballot.

Google celebrates Audrey Hepburn`s 85th birthday with pink doodle

Google today honours the legendary British actress Audrey Hepburn with a pink doodle on her 85th birth anniversary.

Law firm claims Google monopolised US internet & mobile search

A US-based consumer rights class action law firm, Hagens Berman, has alleged that search engine giant Google has "illegally monopolised" and "financially stagnated" the US market for internet and mobile search.

Facebook adds anonymous login, in move to build trust

Facebook today moved to bolster the trust of its more than one billion users by providing new controls on how much information is shared on the world`s leading social network.