New reporting tools and sustainability functions for Google Cloud users could be good for the planet – and good for the tech giant's business.
Google is issuing 10,000 physical security keys to "high risk" Gmail users as the tech giant looks to a future beyond passwords.
The decision by Google to shelve plans to launch bank accounts shows the march of Big Tech into financial services is not going to be a smooth one.
Australia, the EU and the UK could develop a shared antitrust framework to rein in tech's biggest names. But is an international regulatory approach a realistic prospect?
Google is developing its own central processors for its computers and smartphones – the latest signal that Big Tech companies are intent on making their own chips.
An investigation by Japan's Fair Trade Commission has prompted Apple to loosen its grip on in-app payments, as regulators pay closer attention to the app platforms.
Big Tech's renewed interest in robotics may spark growth in a consumption model for robotics. This could help more small companies to automate.
As more vendors - and the cloud providers themselves - develop custom silicon, businesses are benefiting from lower costs and increased performance.
Secure elements allow smartphones to become digital keys for buildings and vehicles but the technology is not without its risks.
Sridhar Ramaswamy, the former boss of Google's advertising wing and founder of search start-up Neeva, says default agreements limit 'plurality of ideas'.
Amazon, Facebook, Google and Alphabet together earned the annual GDP of Portugal in three months.