Larry Page reportedly wants Google Fiber operations to be scaled back substantially

The Information has revealed in a Thursday report that Google’s parent company Alphabet apparently has plans underway to substantially scale back the operations of the Google Fiber high-speed Internet and TV service, seemingly because of unsatisfactory performance.

Report: Google is recruiting YouTube stars for ‘Daydream’ promotion

According to a Bloomberg report, tech biggie Google has efforts underway to build a catalog of exclusive content for its forthcoming ‘Daydream’ virtual reality (VR) platform, by recruiting YouTube stars and other creators.

Google removes “G+ profile” requirement for posting Play Store app reviews

According to a TechCrunch report, tech giant Google is rolling out a change to the Google Play Store policy which will eliminate the requirement of a Google+ account for users to post app reviews on the Play Store.

Google: Chrome 55 will replace Flash with HTML5

In an announcement made via a blog post on Monday, web giant Google said that it will replace Flash with HTML5 in a forthcoming new version -- Chrome 55 -- of its Chrome web browser. The Chrome 55 version is scheduled for release in December 2016.

Google is using third parties to enhance its productivity apps on Android

In a Thursday announcement, tech biggie Google said that it efforts underway to increase the usefulness of its productivity apps on the Android mobile operating system with the help of third parties.

According to the announcement, functionality from apps such as Scanbot, DocuSign, and ProsperWorks can now be brought into Google Docs and Google Sheets on the Android OS.