The company's spending was up 91 percent in 2015.
"Is Donald Trump out of the race?" was the third most popular query.
The case concerns the Android smartphone operating system.
An employee said the company wants to have a commercial business by 2017.
The company is looking to stand out against rivals who profit off of user data.
Sundar Pichai said Google looks forward to helping connect more Indians to the web.
Google data shows interest in Trump is still high around the country.
It's not every day that a speech given by a publishing executive is truly noteworthy.
Researchers say 950 million Android devices might still be vulnerable.
The White House called on Supreme Court to send case to lower courts.
The tech giant is making its first foray into ride sharing.
The study was backed by Yelp, a Google competitor.
Sen. Al Franken (Minn.) is asking for info on Google for Education products and services.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is both wrong and confused.
The group will push for policies related to the financial tech space.
A Google Express driver says she is an employee, not an independent contractor.
Two cases show what happens when users can coordinate only to block new technologies.
A French regulator has said that the ruling should apply globally.
Companies are hoping to get their share of digital ad dollars.
The charges concern how shopping results are displayed in searches.
A user drew a park in the shape of the Android droid peeing on the Apple logo.
Consumer Watchdog filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
Google's lawsuit against Oracle could have major implications for software development.
For now, a human test driver will remain in all the vehicles.