This year's winner of the Google Science Fair is Brittany Wenger, a 17-year-old high school student from Florida. For her award-winning project, Wenger used her knowledge of computer science and biology to design an app to help doctors diagnose breast cancer.
Google announced recently that it would provide its users with online security warnings if they believe they are the targets of government spying.
As Internet usage continues to increase around the world, big tech companies like Facebook and Google must continuly increase the number and power of their servers to continue to grow and maintain their services. Scandinavian countries are becoming increasingly popular sites to build "server farms" because their climates mean lower costs.
The security of Google's email service was compromised recently by a well-known hacker, possibly backed by Iranian authorities.
Google brings its Street View project to the Amazon forest -- images of the river and communities will be turned into 360-degree panoramas.
The Motorola purchase is expected to give Google's Android phone the patents it needs to compete against the Apple iPhone.
Experts believe the Google Science Fair's outcome is a good omen for the future of women in STEM fields.
Google announced last week that they would close the doors on Google Health, leaving an opening for a new player in the medical record tech industry.
Google announced that hundreds of Gmail accounts, including accounts owned by government officials and political activists, have been hacked.