Google Inc. is mulling a plan to design its own server chips as part of its effort to enable its hardware and software interact with each other in a more seamless way, according to a fresh report by Bloomberg.
The report added that the tech giant, which also owns the world's biggest Internet search engine, will use ARM technology to design its own server chips.
Google's Chrome OS camera app has received some very notable features, well-known developer François Beaufort announced through a new Google+ post.
In a bid to encourage people to make donations for various noble causes, Internet search giant Google is Tuesday, December 3, as `Giving Tuesday'.
Cyanogen, the provider of leading alternative Android firmware CyanogenMod, has finally announced the release of the first Android bootloader called CyanogenMod Installer to the Google Play Store.
Emerging reports are shedding more light on Google Inc.'s `mysterious' vessels floating off U. S. coat.
After a round a fortnight of feverish media speculation over two mysterious barges moored off the US coast, Internet search giant Google Inc finally broke its silence, admitting that the massive structures on board are owned by it.
Google on Wednesday said that it was responsible for two barges but turned down speculations that the barges would be used as floating wave-powered data centres.
A patent indexing shows Samsung Electronics Co. is tackling a gadget it calls dons glasses in a conceivable reaction to Google's Internet-associated eyewear.
It said the glasses can play music and gain telephone calls through headphones incorporated with the eyewear's casing. It additionally gives without hands control over the cell phone.