The Chromebook owns just 1 percent of the PC market, but may find long-term success in the classroom.
Spend $400 on a phone, get a $35 dongle for your TV.
Glass is always capitalized, never possessive, and never ever plural.
Appeals court rejects company's petition for another hearing about its data-collection from neighborhood Wi-Fi networks while building Street View.
Bitspin said it is joining Google, implying the company and its Timely app are being acquired by the search giant.
Sony, Samsung, Toshiba, Intel, and other companies have pledged their support for Google's VP9 4K video format
Blockbuster. WinAmp. AltaVista! These brands, products and websites once meant something, and now they're gone.
Concepts like the smartwatch, 3D printing, device ID, biometrics and connected cars will be among the biggest tech headlines in 2014.
The competition between Google and Apple hits the road: Google will reportedly team with Audi to offer Android-powered in-car information and entertainment.
Smartwatch developers must focus on cutting prices, adding more apps, and improving the look in order to attract broad consumer interest.