Google is finally showing results from heavy investments in areas beyond search, with notable inroads in the mobile, video and display markets and new chief executive Larry Page setting social networking as a top priority

Google frames new future for Glass device

Tony Fadell says there are ‘no sacred cows’ in wearables review


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Concern about government snooping is mixed with anxiety about commercial use of data
KIRKLAND, WA - OCTOBER 28: The Google Kirkland facility is pictured during its grand opening October 28, 2009 in Kirkland, Washington. More than 350 employees work in the Kirkland facility, which includes amenities such as a climbing wall, gym and soda fountain, and consolidates several offices throughout Kirkland. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images) ©Getty
Shareholders have other worries than an EU investigation
An employee demonstrates how a pair of Google Glass connected glasses are capable of reading barcodes ©Bloomberg
Fate of video-enabled spectacles is not encouraging

Mosley and Google settle sex images case

Deal brings to an end one of the highest-profile privacy claims

Amazon, Google join music rights group

MIC Coalition launched to campaign against higher royalty rates

Google turns on the charm in Europe

Internet search group aims to be more reliable ally than deadly foe

Google considers shake-up of News service

Internet company to partner with European media groups

Ebay CEO’s comments help Google case

Donahoe says site is direct rival of group in online shopping

Google’s average ad prices drop 7%

Wall Street shrugs off search company’s slight revenue miss

Google enters US wireless service market

Internet group’s Project Fi is designed to cut mobile bill costs

Google overhauls search rankings

Experts say ‘Mobilegeddon’ will inflict pain on websites

Google’s search for a European answer

Internet giant may pay the price for failing to do enough to tip the EU into moving to close a deal

EU chief challenged over Google charges

Washington audience voices concern that antitrust move hampers innovation

Google faces life under regulators’ gaze

Supervision could have profound impact on culture and processes

EU set for crackdown after Google charges

Officials say case could be extended and Gazprom faces action

Google’s Europe foes cheer antitrust move

Axel Springer says decision is ‘good signal’ for fair competition

EU commissioner maps out where law lies

Vestager blends a sharp intellect with a more folksy charm

Message to ‘Googlers’

Search group responds to European Commission action

EU to accuse Google of abusing its power

Charges could prompt fines and changes to search group’s model

YouTube ‘abuses’ copyright law say labels

Loophole means video sites are not liable for infringements

Brussels to investigate Google’s Android

Separate probe will look at whether uncompetitive terms are foisted on platform users

How Diller’s Google prediction came true

Web entrepreneur hit out at search group’s power 5 years ago