Eric Schmidt has been important to Google and Alphabet for years now, but he was recently spotted using an iPhone. We know what you're thinking -- iPhones don't run Android, and Eric Schmidt is only supposed to use Android phones!
The Pentagon is recruiting Eric Schmidt, former Google CEO and current Alphabet executive chairman, to bring more Silicon Valley into the U.S. military. The new board will focus on how the Pentagon can better use new technology to solve…
Pope Francis is set to welcome the head of Google's parent company to the Vatican in Rome. Details of the rare meeting between the pope and billionaire philanthropist Eric Schmidt are being kept under wraps.
AI, or artificial intelligence might seem scary, but according to Google's Erich Schmidt, it's actually the kind of technology that is going to make our lives much easier; and it isn't even going to take over the world to do it.
Reports in January of the end of Google’s Glass Explorer program apparently didn’t signal the demise of Glass. Executive chairman Eric Schmidt told the Wall street journal that Glass is alive and well. Nest CEO Tony…
Google executive Eric Schmidt says that Google Glass isn't dead. The smartglasses are still in development and in need of improvements, Schmidt insisted, while also discounting rumors that Glass failed.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt may not be unbiased when it comes to Apple versus Android, but his guide to switching to his company's own mobile operating system is attracting some major attention on - where else? - Google Plus.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt calls allegations about the NSA tapping Google and Yahoo data center networks "outrageous," and blasts the agency's phone metadata collection as "perhaps illegal."
You want to know all the best from around the Web in the past week, but you don’t want to have to look for it, right? Never fear. We’ve trolled the matrix to find the coolest, weirdest, and most interesting tidbits of the past seven…
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has urged North Korea to allow more open Internet access or face the prospect of staying behind economically. His words came at the end of a four-day private visit to the country.