The two Bay Area brands are working on a project that weaves smart threads into the fabrics you[...]
A little over a year ago, Google made waves in Silicon Valley by publishing its diversity statistics, hoping to open up the conversation and causing a slew of other tech companies to follow suit. Now, it's following up by updating its diversity page with all-new statistics. Show More Summary
Google+ is, at the time of writing, still a thing, but its future is far from assured. Unless there’s a huge wave of interest, Google+ may not be long for this world. Or perhaps I’m just being pessimistic, and actually people are still interested in Google’s social network. Show More Summary
At its annual Google I/O conference, the company unveiled Project Jacquard, a connected fabric that can turn your entire wardrobe into wearable technology.
Meet Project Soli, Google's solution to Flavor Flav-sized watchfaces on wearables. We don't want big screens on our wrist, but small screens are tough to interact with unless we use a precision tool like a stylus. If smartwatches are going to be a thing, they'll need to offer users something other than a touchscreen. Show More Summary
"One of the UK's leading motoring organizations needs a little help in wand waving on its route planning web site," Cameron wrote. "This one showed up near my work," writes Bruno V., "Hopefully the Tech guy was only Googling something." "I...Show More Summary
Six months after announcing its Wave analytics cloud at its annual Dreamforce conference, Salesforce has built up some partnerships with big data companies to give the product some teeth. Salesforce announced partnerships with six big data players--Google, Cloudera, Hortonworks, New Relic, Informatica and Trifacta--that it believes will help solve the "last mile" problem [...]
Weav is an interactive music mixing platform that was announced today by UK-based startup Cute Little Apps. The app was created by Lars Rasmussen and Elomida Visviki. Rasmussen previously co-created Google Maps and Google Wave before going on to become Facebook’s Director of Engineering. Show More Summary
A new wave of rumors suggest that the Google I/O 2015 might not only see the introduction of the new …
But Andreessen waved away the criticisms as the ravings of “a self-hating software engineer.” When I persisted, he said, “Ordinary people love the iPhone, Facebook, Google Search, Airbnb, and Lyft. It’s only the intellectuals who worry.” He raised counter-arguments, then dismissed them: technology would solve any environmental crisis hastened by an expanding economy, and as […]
While we've seen Google making waves in the undersea markets and there's been an occasional sighting of Facebook, the presence of Microsoft has been harder to spot. This morning though, the software giant went public as a major customer of both of the two new Transatlantic cables that are under construction.... [visit site to […]
From new moms to dads in disguise, here’s a look at the week on Google Search:The princess and the ParliamentThe Duke and Duchess welcomed their second child, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge, this week—setting off a wave of royal baby fervor worldwide. Show More Summary
The Nexus 9 wasn’t included in the first wave of Android 5.1 over the air updates, and apparently that was for good reason, as Google has opted to push out another update altogether. According to several different reports from Nexus 9 owners, the tablet is now receiving an update to Android 5.0.2. For [...]
Photo: Paul Haddad I was waving my arms and jumping up and down like a game show contestant, shrieking "I'm right here!" into my cell phone. On the other end was a friend, driving up to my workplace to pick me up for lunch. He was a block away. Show More Summary
Waving his smartphone at the audience, Stanford bioengineer Drew Endy said, “I’m trying to grow one of these.” Let the day of mindblowing conversations about the future of biology begin. Endy joined Google Director of Engineering David...Show More Summary
To mark the anniversary of the iconic 1934 Surgeon's photo of the Loch Ness monster, a Google Map of the lake has been released, allowing users to search the waves for the elusive creature.
Is it possible for Facebook Messenger to evolve into a real communication and even payment platform, and thereby succeed where Google Wave and others have failed?
The new wave of wearable devices, flying drones, electric cars, and what-have-you are going to have higher and more specific power needs than what you get with our current lithium-ion (like in phones) and alkaline batteries (like in Wii controllers).
Get ready for a new wave of Chromebooks with prices starting at just under $150. Mobile chromebooks google chrome os laptops