LG and Sony have become the latest manufacturers to launch Google Play Editions of their popular new products. From LG, we have the G Pad 8.3, and from Sony the Xperia Z Ultra, both of which run stock Android 4.4 KitKat.
Facebook hired a "deep learning" luminary for its New York City artificial intelligence research lab, NYU professor Yann LeCun. Will the expanding project change how we search online, or just help Facebook sell ads?
Google’s plans to build an “interactive space” on a barge in the San Francisco Bay have been forced to drop anchor – and everything else – thanks to an investigation by the U.S. Coast Guard and other agencies.
Google has just rolled out a new Maps-related feature enabling users to create their own Street View experience that can be shared with others and embedded into websites. And no, you don't need a camera-laden car to get involved.
Google has released its first update to Android KitKat. Version 4.4.1 should be making its way to Nexus 5 smartphones now, and promises to fix some of the problems encountered using the camera.
After months of NSA leaks, a coalition of eight major U.S. technology companies, led by Google and Microsoft, launched a public campaign to overhaul the scope and oversight of government surveillance.
Potentially another product that would have some degree of impact within the home theater, Google's rumored Nexus TV could be an ideal set-top box solution for anyone that absolutely loves Android.
Continuing to dedicate advertising dollars to the Scroogled line of negative ads, Microsoft has a couple new advertisements that point out disadvantages to owning a Google Chromebook.
Malware typically targets every day people who may not even possess an anti-virus or firewall. However, ZeroAccess sets its sight on advertisers and their revenue. Read more about Microsoft's and the FBI's efforts to stop ZeroAccess here.
Google is expanding a feature that lets you download your data -- and we're walking you through how to do it.
Security researchers have uncovered a criminal botnet that has stolen over 2 million passwords from sites like Facebook and Google.
Google is moving steadily towards its goal of launching Glass commercially in 2014, with the company now offering an upgraded model to its Explorer testers. The improved design is faster and more durable, and ships with shades and a mono earbud.
An update rolled out by Google for Android users will see searches pull up results not only from the Web but from apps installed on the device, too. Results in searches for specific kinds of apps will also show up with direct links to the Play store.
Definitely good news for anyone that's interested in streaming stored media to the Chromecast, a recent update to the Plex Media Server software could indicate that Chromecast support is looming.
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