A standard championed by Mozilla and its rivals could supercharge the Web.
Too bad it’s a buggy one, at least for now.
Google flexes its muscles—again—as self-proclaimed Guardian of the Internet.
And its vision for a computing future in the cloud is slowly coming true.
Think search, YouTube, and Chrome for the 12-and-under set.
The chat tool jumps from desktop to Web.
Rewriting code all the time might just slow everything down.
It’s not too hard to defang the latest Internet threat.
An easy way to customize your browser.
It’s way more than just an API.
Welcome to Chromecast, Danaerys Targaryen and Nucky Thompson.
Android smartwatches look to take center stage at Google I/O 2014.
Web Starter Kit wants to help you make sites that look great on every device.
Google is making a twin-pronged push for safer encrypted email—even where it might cut against its own business interests.
ReadWrite is giving 15 developers left out of the lottery a second chance to attend Google’s developer conference.
It’s that time of the year again, where tech companies deliver humor as part of their customer service.
Google’s developer conference set for the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
It was only a matter of time before Google started spreading its intelligent personal assistant to every device it could possibly touch.
Chrome’s latest update compresses your browsing data, but only if you’re OK with Google servers handling it all.
Chrome apps may be “wrapped” with Apache Cordova to run on a variety of operating systems.