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Google has added offline functionality to Gmail, allowing you to access and reply to your e-mail even without a working Internet connection.
Youtube has been re-tailored and re-jiggered for those of us who watch it via our consoles.
In further proof that the tech sector is really feeling the credit crunch, Google has announced the closure of three engineering offices and is trimming its service offerings.
Google has announced that Mac and Linux versions of its Chrome browser should be available before July 2009.
A little-known networking company has been granted a patent on live-updated icons - and is, surprise surprise, looking for damages from Microsoft, Apple, and Google.
Google has ditched the traditional cash bonus this Xmas in favour of giving all employees an Android-based G1 handset - which they can't resell, even if they already have one.
Google has added 3D building meshes for almost every structure in Manhattan to its Google Earth software - and the result is pretty darn impressive.
Just a hundred days after its initial beta launch, Google's Chrome web browser has official graduated to 1.0 'production' status - and it's got faster and more secure along the way.
Google has launched a version of the Android-equipped HTC Dream aimed at developers, with writeable flash and a bootloader which will run unsigned code.
Google has extended its Book Search service with the additional of content from a variety of magazines - including Men's Health, Popular Science, and New York Magazine.
Good OS has announced a deal with Gigabyte that will see the 'Cloud' Google-themed operating system pre-installed on netbooks.
Google has teamed up with Life to offer a searchable archive of every cover and many photographs from its magazines stretching right throughout its history.
Apple has released the latest build of its Safari browser, version 3.2, with anti-phishing protection from Google included alongside numerous security fixes.
A bug in the Android smartphone platform from Google causes text entered on the device's keyboard to be executed by the underlying OS as a root user.
The first commercial Android implementation, the T-Mobile G1, has been officially 'jailbroken' with a backdoor discovered that allows users full system access.
Google and T-Mobile have jointly distributed the first patch for the Android mobile platform, as a result of a security flaw in the on-board browser software.
Google has released the entire source code for its Android platform under an open source licence, ahead of the retail launch of the first Android product.
Google's Android mobile platform features a remote application kill-switch similar to the one found in Apple's iPhone - but the company is remarkably up-front about the functionality.
A new feature has been added to Google Labs called Mail Goggles, designed to prevent those late-night inebriated e-mails from ever being sent.
Google has announced that it is to start selling games through YouTube soon thanks to an announced partnership with Amazon.
Motorola has confirmed that it has a range of handsets based around Google's open-source Android platform in the pipeline, and may be boosting staff to accomodate.
T-Mobile has suspended pre-orders of the new G1, a.k.a. HTC Dream, handset running Google's Android platform due to "overwhelming popularity."
German software house SRWare has released a version of Google's Chrome, dubbed Iron, which removes some of Google's user tracking capabilities from the open-source browser.
September 13 2019 | 14:00
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