Google

News and Articles About Google

Tech Giants Form Another Group to Bring the Internet to the Global Masses

Tech Giants Form Another Group to Bring the Internet to the Global Masses

Google, along with several other companies, form the Alliance for an Affordable Internet.
Chase Offers Small Businesses a Chance at $250,000 and a Trip to Google

Chase Offers Small Businesses a Chance at $250,000 and a Trip to Google

Winners of the Mission Main Street Grants program will each receive a $250,000 grant and a two-day trip to Google's headquarters for a small-business marketing workshop.
Google Announces 'Hummingbird,' an Algorithm Change to Handle More Complex Searches

Google Announces 'Hummingbird,' an Algorithm Change to Handle More Complex Searches

The update is the biggest change to the search engine in its 15-year history.
This Is What Google Looked Like in 1998

This Is What Google Looked Like in 1998

The search engine looks somewhat similar, though obviously different, than when it launched 15 years ago.
Google May Have Violated Wiretap Laws

Google May Have Violated Wiretap Laws

In a win for online privacy advocates but a blow to advertisers, a federal judge has ruled Google may have violated wiretapping laws by scanning and reviewing users' Gmails.
Apple Tops List of World's Most Innovative Companies... Again

Apple Tops List of World's Most Innovative Companies... Again

For the ninth year in a row, Apple has topped Boston Consulting Group's annual list of the companies leading the charge in defining whatÂ’s new and cool.
Google's New Secure Search Means More Work for Online Business Owners

Google's New Secure Search Means More Work for Online Business Owners

Entrepreneurs who track keyword data provided by Google on search traffic now have to find that information elsewhere.
Google Looking Beyond 'Cookies' to Track People Online

Google Looking Beyond 'Cookies' to Track People Online

In a shift for the advertising industry, Google is said to be developing a new system that assigns web users a unique identifier.
If You Could, Would You Want to Live Forever? Google Thinks You Might

If You Could, Would You Want to Live Forever? Google Thinks You Might

The tech giant invests in Calico, a new company aimed at combating aging and improving people's health and wellness.
How Google 'Author Markup' Can Help Protect Your Content and Build Your Brand

How Google 'Author Markup' Can Help Protect Your Content and Build Your Brand

Adding your picture to search results for the content you create online can benefit your website in a number of important ways.
Google Buys Bump, a Popular File-Sharing App That Fought to Find its Groove

Google Buys Bump, a Popular File-Sharing App That Fought to Find its Groove

It will remain business as usual for the teams at Bump and sister photo-sharing app Flock -- for now.
Google It! Anatomy of a Tech Giant (Infographic)

Google It! Anatomy of a Tech Giant (Infographic)

The innovative tech giant turns 16 today. This graphic breaks down some of the company's important stats and milestones.
10 Stories From the Web to Know About This Week

10 Stories From the Web to Know About This Week

Music group Arcade Fire embraces new web technology for latest video, Japan looks to women to save its startup economy, the story behind iPhone's fingerprint technology. . . This week's notable news and tantalizing tidbits.
How Google's New 'Paid & Search' Reports Can Provide Valuable Marketing Data

How Google's New 'Paid & Search' Reports Can Provide Valuable Marketing Data

For marketers, this new side-by-side comparison can help drive your website's growth.
Google Teams Up With KitKat to Creatively Market the Latest Android Update

Google Teams Up With KitKat to Creatively Market the Latest Android Update

The candy bar maker revamped its entire website in a humorous parody for the 'KitKat' version of Android.
Was a 'Thorny' Romantic Situation Why a Google Exec Left for a Chinese Startup?

Was a 'Thorny' Romantic Situation Why a Google Exec Left for a Chinese Startup?

Android vice president Hugo Barra is leaving Google. According to reports, his departure might not only be about business.
Someday, Google Glass Could Track the Ads You See. Maybe.

Someday, Google Glass Could Track the Ads You See. Maybe.

A new patent points to Google charging advertisers based on when users actually look at an advertisement.
First Google, Now Amazon: Tech Giants Want to Bring You Online

First Google, Now Amazon: Tech Giants Want to Bring You Online

Amazon and other giant tech companies are trying to become synonymous with the internet in users' minds.
Car-Service Company Uber Reportedly Valued at $3.5 Billion

Car-Service Company Uber Reportedly Valued at $3.5 Billion

The San Francisco-based limo company has also reportedly received approximately $250 million from Google Ventures, the largest investment that Google's venture capital arm has ever made.
Yahoo Beats Google in Monthly Traffic for First Time Since 2011

Yahoo Beats Google in Monthly Traffic for First Time Since 2011

Yahoo beat archrival Google in traffic in July even without having Tumblr traffic added to its tally, according to comScore.
Google Creates 'Helpouts,' a Video Service for One-On-One Expert Advice

Google Creates 'Helpouts,' a Video Service for One-On-One Expert Advice

Businesses and topic experts who use the new tool will be able to set and charge fees for their services, Google says.
Can Consumers Bring Manufacturing Jobs Back to the U.S.?

Can Consumers Bring Manufacturing Jobs Back to the U.S.?

The Million American Jobs Project suggests that if consumers simply bought five percent more American-made products, a million new jobs would be created.
How Android Grew to Be More Popular Than the iPhone

How Android Grew to Be More Popular Than the iPhone

A look at the rise of Google's mobile operating system.
7 Technologies That Are Disrupting the Cable TV Business

7 Technologies That Are Disrupting the Cable TV Business

A look at new video technologies from startup companies as well as some more established players.
6 Business Moguls With Seriously Expensive Side Projects

6 Business Moguls With Seriously Expensive Side Projects

From newspapers to mega yachts, here's a look at what entrepreneurs like Jeff Bezos and Paul Allen spend their millions on.
Prev 1 ... 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ... 16 Next

Connect with Entrepreneur

Most Shared Stories

From the Entrepreneur Bookstore