Not quite a Google car... yet.
Mapping and photographing streets is tough enough, but Google's Street View team has partnered with Underwater Earth to create immersive images of some of the world's most important and threatened coral reefs -- creating some cool camera technology in the process.
This phone is headed to Japan, but its innovative design could cause ODMs to rethink their smartphone layouts.
Samsung's AllShare Play application, which allows file sharing among the company's mobile devices, has been renamed Link, and it has a new user interface and search features. The Link app will replace the existing AllShare Play app on Samsung smartphones and tablets. Show More Summary
The FBI has reportedly briefed bank executives on a wave of cyberattacks that have lashed the industry since last summer as part of a new policy designed to foster cooperation between the state and private sectors. According to comments...Show More Summary
Google want's to know everything, everywhere.
Intel's new "Beacon Mountain" ADE supports Intel Atom- and ARM-based devices running Android 4.2 and up.
EVGA has teased its dual-fan "Active Cooling Xtreme" (ACX) graphics card cooler.
The NEC MultiSync EA234WMi features a 23-inch AH-IPS display with full HD resolution, LED backlighting, and the "highest levels of environmental certifications."
Forget Glass, self-driving cars or a smartwatch. Developers, not physical consumer products, were Google's darlings at the company's annual I/O conference this week. Google brands I/O as a conference for developers, and this year, with...Show More Summary
The Galaxy S4 is selling like hotcakes.
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Yahoo has called a mystery press event in New York City on Monday afternoon, hot on the heels of rumors that it plans to buy Tumblr for US$1 billion. "Join us as we share something special," says the invite, sent to members of the press Friday afternoon. Show More Summary
Has Google got a white Nexus 4 planned for a June launch?
At first glance, some of us more tech savvy folk might be quick to dismiss the common ultrabook. It’s a slim piece of aluminum with a low voltage processor and SSD cache, what’s the big deal? The big deal is that an ultrabook offers a good all-around computing experience, and with today’s deal it can…
Biomimetic big cat needs no power cord, just a walker Video Fast, agile robots for reconnaissance and rescue have been under development for half a decade or more, but they all have needed to be tethered to a power cable. Now MIT thinks it has cut the leash with a battery powered "cheetah" capable of outrunning a human.…
Mozilla has been courting controversy with its move toward blocking some third-party cookies by default in Firefox. While preventing unvisited websites from setting cookies is undoubtedly good for consumers, advertisers are none too happy about it. Sadly, Mozilla is now delaying this feature thanks to the complaints it has received from "concerned site owners."
The next version will arrive in "the coming months" and sport support for Bluetooth Smart Ready tech.
Just two days ago, Google announced a variant of the Galaxy S 4 packing the "Nexus user experience." Although not an I/O giveaway, Google chose I/O to announce the new variant. I've spent a lot of time at I/O tracking down what information...Show More Summary
Only a relatively few get to experience Google I/O in person. For those who didn't get to, or those who did and want to relive the highlights, here are some of our favorite images from the conference.