According to a Computer World report, Google is apparently considering the deployment of Wi-Fi networks in towns and cities in which it is currently offering its Google Fiber high-speed Internet service.
In a move which underscores the first public Google/Nest crossover after Google's $3.2 billion acquisition of Nest Labs earlier this year, it has been recently announced by Google that the Nest Learning Thermostat is now available through the Google Play Store.
According to the announcement, the Nest Learning Thermostat can now be purchased from the Google Play store for $249.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has reported that tech giants Apple and Google are making attempts to entice game developers to ensure that top game titles are first launched on devices powered by their respective operating systems --- iOS and Android OS.
In an open letter written in German publication Frankfurter Allgemeine Feuilleton, Matthias Dopfner - the CEO of German publisher Alex Springer SE - has alleged that Internet search giant Google has become an overgrown monopoly.
At a developer event in Santa Clara, California, this week, Google previewed a very early-stage Project Ara initiative which revolves around the company's next innovative hardware --- a modular smartphone.
The Project Ara modular smartphone will essentially be a device which can be customized by switching individual components, like the camera and the battery.
In a Wednesday post on the Google Online Security blog, Google declared that "Street View and reCAPTCHA technology just got smarter."
In an April 14 post on the Google Cloud Platform Blog, Google announced the expansion of its Google Cloud Platform services to the Asia-Pacific region, with the launch of its first two Compute Engine zones in the region.
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