Twitter is experimenting again.
Buried in these sobering statistics on the rise of Linux and the fall of Unix is a reminder to proprietary infrastructure software vendors that hope to compete with open source: you can’t win. Not when the community gets involved.
The Android L developer preview is a much-welcomed—and much-needed—departure for how Google handles its popular operating system.
A brief history of the once-proud social network.
There’s one easy step, if you’re ready to take it.
Professional YouTube video creators and amateurs alike will soon get new tools for refining their work and expanding audiences.
It’s been almost two years since the Curiosity rover landed on Mars in August 2012. But last week marked its first full Martian year (687 Earth days) roaming the planet. Lucky for us, NASA has been releasing photos of the Red Planet taken by the…
Running your own Web server is the ultimate mark of online independence—and it only need cost you $35.
It’s all about ultrasonic signals that let your friends interact with your Chromecast without signing into your Wi-Fi network.
As big as Internet of Things could be, the only real way to measure its value is by developer counts, not sensor counts.
Google offers I/O attendees the thriftiest swag yet, while also taking a playful poke at Facebook and its new Oculus VR unit.
There’s no doubt that Google wants to own all of the screens in our lives, from the little ones on our wrists (and thermostats), to the larger ones in our pockets and car dashboards. But of all the screens it’s now pursuing, the biggest one of them…
We all want that magic app that will make us healthier. Developers are responding—as are tech giants.
Big Data can improve our lives in countless ways, declares Amazon CTO Werner Vogels, but it also can create significant problems.
Advertising is the big theme at the unofficial YouTube conclave VidCon this year, eclipsing the fandom that makes YouTube special.
Google is taking Android everywhere with L, and its design is changing in important ways as a result.
Carrier-friendly phones via the Android Silver program should debut next year, but Nexus phones and tablets will also endure.
Google announced that its Android Wear smartwatches are finally hitting the market. The Android LG smartwatch will be available to order today. Samsung is also getting into the Android Wear market with the Samsung Gear Live which will also be…
Just days after Microsoft announced a price cut for its online-storage offering OneDrive, Google has struck back. Its new cloud service, Drive for Work, will do battle with Microsoft, Dropbox and others for the bargain-basement price tag of $10 per…
Google Glass and these nine other areas got the cold shoulder at the company’s I/O keynote.