The thousands of attendees at the Google I/O developers conference this week are unwitting guinea pigs for the company’s latest Big Data experiment. And they don’t seem to have a problem with that.
The future of Google Apps lies within the QuickOffice app Google bought last year, Google sources told ReadWrite. And it’s coming soon – to be added to the Chromebook Pixels Google handed out at Google I/O.
With Instant Buy, it’s really gunning for Amazon—and every merchant who fears the giant retailer.
Google wants your data. But as today’s new consumer-facing product launches show, it’s applying ever more intelligence to it, tapping into the power of its cloud to do so.
The Declassification Engine was designed to peer through the “black bars” of redacted government documents in order to reveal what the feds don’t want you to know.
Intel would like to sell lots of its $300 Core processors and lots of $50 Atom chips. Too bad they may collide in the increasingly crucial low end of the PC market.
Focusing consumer attention on e-books via an acquisition of the Nook digital library could be a good way for Microsoft to buy time while it straightens out its app problem.
Microsoft says it is working to both make Windows 8 easier to use and to better explain to shoppers the new operating system’s benefits. Will the changes come in time?
Despite their appearance in office supply stores, for general office productivity, today’s 3D printers are literally a waste of time of time and money.
CopyTele is suing Microsoft over patent violations. Is it really defending the little guy as it claims, or just trying to make a buck any way it can?
Look past Brian Krzanich’s appointment as Intel’s sixth CEO to the elevation of software chief Renee James as company president — and, possibly, the chipmaker’s future.
Even as Microsoft pulls out all the stops to sell Windows 8 to enterprises, many companies are reporting that they really want Windows 7 instead.
After merging Outlook.com with Skype, Skype’s next step may be moving onto the Xbox. But do you want your work contacts pinging you while you’re playing Halo?
Patching Windows 8 with a boot-to-desktop option and a Start button misses the point. It’s the PC that needs saving, not Windows 8. Here’s how.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte says it’s time to re-examine U.S. copyright law. Given how much water he’s carried for Hollywood, however, that might just make things worse.
Believe it or not, there are good reasons for Facebook to build a massive new state-of-the-art data center in an Iowa field.
Microsoft launches ad campaign claiming IE is the best browser for protecting your online privacy. But how does that claim stand up to reality?
You know the Twitter Fail Whale. Now meet Twitter’s Success Loch Ness.
Traditional PC makers are counting on the server market more than ever now that both desktops and laptops are fading. But there’s bad news ahead.