Google announces three new fiber plans to suit the needs of businesses

In an apparent effort to give more options to small businesses which need super-fast Internet, tech giant Google announced on Thursday that it is launching three new fiber plans that will unfold flexibility as well as choice to business clients as per their requirements.

Researchers find Chrome flaw which circumvents Google's Widevine DRM

Security researchers from Ben-Gurion University Cyber Security Research Center (CSRC) have revealed that they have discovered a vulnerability in Google Chrome -- and all Chromium-based browsers -- which can potentially be used to circumvent Google's Widevine digital rights management (DRM).

High-speed wireless ISP Webpass is being acquired by Google Fiber

On Thursday, high-speed wireless ISP Webpass revealed that it is being acquired by Google Fiber. The acquisition - which has also been confirmed by Google Fiber via a recent post on its Twitter account - will likely be completed this summer pending regulatory approval.

Play Store on Chrome OS is out for one device --- ASUS Chromebook Flip

With tech giant Google scheduled to launch the Play Store on the Chrome OS later this year to mark the addition of Android apps to Chromebooks, the new feature can now be tested by the owners of one Chromebook --- the ASUS Chromebook Flip.

Lenovo unveils ‘PHAB2 Pro’ handset with Project Tango technology

Chinese device manufacturer Lenovo officially unveiled the world's first ‘Project Tango’ Android-powered smartphone at its 2016 Tech World event this week.

The new Lenovo handset – which boasts support for Google’s Tango futuristic augmented reality (AR) platform – is called the PHAB2 Pro. The handset is scheduled to hit the markets in September this year.