Google Speeds Up Its Online Spreadsheets

The formerly poky Web app is supposed to be much faster and able to handle many more cells and formulas.

With 120M Users, Google Drive Gets Tighter Integration With Gmail

“We’re trying to unify the file experience across Google and then beyond,” said Scott Johnston.


The Big Email Opportunity

The decades-old enterprise email model to which users are so firmly wedded is cracking.

Google Is Working on Ingress for iOS, but It Won’t Be Ready Until 2014

A look into the future of the already futuristic alternate-reality game.

You Don’t Have to Be Famous to Ask Google Questions About Yourself Anymore

You can now ask Google “Is my flight on time?” “When will my package arrive?” “What are my plans for tomorrow?” and “Show me my photos from Thailand.”


Big Data Is the Only Way to Compete With Google

While Google’s search business continues to grow and expand successfully, it isn’t without potential competitors in major areas of its permeating business model.

As Earnings Miss, Google Would Rather Talk “Abundant Computing” and “Enhanced Ads”

After a rare earnings miss, Google executives took to their quarterly call to explain their business.

Yahoo Acquires Xobni for Upward of $30 Million


Cut Clutter: Two Ways to Put Your Inbox on a Diet

Walt tests out two new programs that are designed to help clean up email inboxes.

Yahoo Offer to Buy Contact Startup Xobni Is at a Price of $30M to $40M

Yahoo’s new HR rule: If you can’t hire them, buy their company.

Google Musical Chairs (Comic)

Letting Go of Gmail