Google wants cars to run on Android without smartphone

December 19, 2014 in RSS

A version of Google’s Android-based operating system for cars which runs without the need for a smartphone could be released next year



Google ‘to put Android directly into cars’

December 18, 2014 in RSS

Search giant Google plans to use Android operating system to control a car’s entertainment and navigation features, but could also gather huge amounts of data about driving habits



Kate Upton and normcore top 2014′s most-Googled list

December 17, 2014 in RSS

When it comes to models and fashion trends, in 2014 we wanted to see more of models Kate Upton and Kendall Jenner and get the lowdown on ‘normcore’, the trend that never wanted to be a trend



Google’s Zeitgeist 2014 video has surprising twist

December 16, 2014 in RSS

Google releases its Zeitgeist Year in Review 2014 video with the specific purpose of confusing viewers



Google’s year in search: the UK’s top 10 searches: in pictures

December 16, 2014 in RSS

Google has revealed the UK’s top 10 trending searches of the year, from sporting victories to some sad farewells



Death is always the best career move

December 16, 2014 in RSS

As illustrated by Google’s list of most popular searches of 2014, dying can create a life of its own, writes the Obits Desk



Google celebrates Wassily Kandinsky’s 148th birthday

December 16, 2014 in RSS

Russian artist credited with painting one of the first entirely abstract works is honoured with a Google doodle on his 148th birthday



Google’s top trending news stories of 2014 in video

December 16, 2014 in RSS

Ebola tops the UK Google news rankings for 2014 to become the most searched for story of the year – find out what else made the top ten in the list below



Google’s year in search: what we searched for in 2014

December 16, 2014 in RSS

Mary Berry beats Emma Watson and Londoners don’t know how to kiss, Google search data reveals



Nexus 6: bigger than brilliant

December 15, 2014 in RSS

Google’s new Nexus 6 is only slightly too big to be perfect, says Matt Warman