Five years ago, Google CEO Eric Schmidt proclaimed that laptops would become disposable. We’re nearly there. Starting today, you can buy a new Chromebook for just $150—the cheapest price ever. And this spring, there’s a $250 Chromebook coming that looks pretty incredible. Read more...
Google's executive chairman apparently can't figure out why more women don't work in the tech industry. Speaking at the SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, Schmidt reportedly expressed his puzzlement over what...Show More Summary
In a new interview, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt promises that the company is committed to the future of Google Glass.
Why do people keep asking Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt how to get more women into tech? He doesn't know. He flat-out admitted as much on Tuesday while speaking at the SelectUSA Investment Summit in Washington, D.C., reports Forbes contributor Ana Swanson. Show More Summary
Most marketers have never heard of the startup, Keywee. However, after closing a $9.1 million Series A round of funding this week, they’re about to. Financing was led by Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors and Marker LLC, with participation from The New York Times Company and UpWest Labs.
A company called Keywee, which helps brands distribute their content-marketing efforts, has raised $9.1 million in Series A financing from several investors, including Innovation Endeavors, whose... To view the full story, click the title link.
Google Glass will return, Woz warns humanity, Twitch gets hacked, Netflix has arrived down under, embedding Reddit comment threads, and Siri and Netflix clash. Schmidt Silences Glass Naysayers Google Chairman Eric Schmidt has denied claims Google Glass is in any way dead. Show More Summary
While Facebook is reportedly talking to publishers to host their content as a way of boosting the number of people who read it, one more startup is entering the fray to help publishers improve readership and traffic on their own sites, specifically around paid content and content marketing. Show More Summary
Google’s first foray into wearables didn’t do as well as the company expected. Despite closing the Google Glass explorer program in January though, Eric Schmidt says the project isn’t dead yet. It’s just getting ready for users. Nest founder Tony … Read more ›
Google is not giving up on its controversial Internet-connected Glass eyewear because the technology is too important for the web giant.
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) has not abandoned its Glass project, which is an eye-wearable device that connects through internet. The program has just been shifted to another division but it’s not cancelled. A Wall Street Journal article reported on the news and discussed about Google Inc’s sticking with its Glass project, as the company feels technology being used […]
Google's executive chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt wants everyone to stop saying that Google Glass is dead. In January, the company halted sales of the device and moved Glass out of its research lab, Google X, and into a standalone unit. Show More Summary
Though one might assume that Austin’s 2015 SXSW Interactive festival would be overrun by tech dudes mansplaining the interwebs to rapt audiences of other tech dudes (looking at you Eric Schmidt), women led a lot of the most impassioned discussions and debates at this year’s event. Show More Summary
The first version of Glass may have been panned and canned, but that doesn't mean Google's given up on the project. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says the Google Glass wearable face computer wasn't a failure, and that they're still working on a new version of it. Show More Summary
Gaming execs: Join 180 select leaders from King, Glu, Rovio, Unity, Facebook, and more to plan your path to global domination in 2015. GamesBeat Summit is invite-only -- apply here. Ticket prices increase on April 3rd! Whether you loved Google Glass, or just loved to hate it, here’s some good news for you. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, […]
BYRON YORK: As tech giant calls for more foreign workers, Senate hears of displaced Americans. The Eric Schmidt pleading for more foreign workers is the same Eric Schmidt who boasts of turning away thousands upon thousands of job seekers who apply for a few prized positions at Google. For example, at an appearance in Cleveland […]
Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said that the US should inform about their surveillance and let citizens debate on the issue.
When your diversity panel becomes a cautionary tale.