Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has successfully built up the most-hyped technology product of the last half-century with Sergey Brin walking around New York for months with Google Glass on his face. It has been so hyped and so talked about that there are already ordinance, regulations and laws on the books preventing devices like Google Glass [...]
Kyle Baxter worries about the effects of Google Glass: What I find most troubling is the philosophy underlying Larry Page and Sergey Brin’s thoughts on devices like Glass. They say that Glass’s goal is to get technology “out of the way,” but that isn’t it. The idea is that we will all be better off […]
When explorers Tina and Tom Sjogren set off on a two-month cross country skiing trek to the South Pole in 2001, Google Glass wasn't yet even a twinkle in Google cofounder Sergey Brin's eye. But the Sjogrens cobbled together a bunch of different technologies to create a wearable computing system that could do many of the things Google Glass can do. Show More Summary
Google's top three executives — Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Eric Schmidt — are building their own $82 million airport in San Jose, California. Bloomberg TV's Jon Erlichman went on site and shot a video of where the airport is being built. Show More Summary
From the moment that Sergey Brin wandered by me in the lobby at TED this year, I found myself in love. Not with him, of...
Here's the thing: Somewhere in the midst of all those silly wars, epic battles and amazing OS revelations, somewhere between Steve Jobs quietly revealing the first iPod (in 2001) and Sergey Brin wearing the dorkiest eyeglasses ever built, we quietly passed the point of everyday miracle.
From the moment Sergey Brin wandered past the author at this year's TED conference, the author was smitten. But what will Glass truly change about our lives? One thought: everything. From the moment that Sergey Brin wandered by me in the lobby at TED this year, I found myself in love. Show More Summary
Google Inc. co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin say they don't pay much attention to rivals. But the search company increasingly appears to be following Amazon.com Inc.'s lead.
Brad Stone feature for Businessweek, “Inside Google’s Secret Lab”: While Teller runs the day-to-day operations at X, he reports to Brin. (“Sergey is Bruce Wayne, and I’m Lucius Fox,” Teller says.) Colleagues say that since Page became CEO in late 2011, Brin spends most of his time immersed in the technical details of several projects at Google X. Show More Summary
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is dedicating most of his time to self-driving cars, he tells Brad Stone of Bloomberg Businessweek. Brin had been working on Google Glass, but he says it's "basically done." So it's on to the next thing....Show More Summary
Google's Sergey Brin wears some scary lookin ish. Lawmakers questioned Google about privacy concerns with it's Google Glass technology. I'm no Luddite, but this thing is a bit ummm...unsettling: Google followed all its privacy and data...Show More Summary
Just remember. You have nothing to hide, right?
I’ve spent the last few weeks lowering my expectations for Google Glass. When I put on Google’s smart glasses a year ago—Sergey Brin, Google’s co-founder, let the press try on his pair at the company’s developer conference—I found it exhilarating. Show More Summary
Over the past couple of days, much has been talked about and said about Google Glass, including receiving its first ever facial recognition application. Well, Google Glass project leader and Google co-founder Sergey Brin was “caught” in the lobby at [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Last night Google held a press meetup to cap off the first day of its big I/O developers conference. A lot of big Google execs showed up, including Sundar Pichai, the new guy in charge of Android. But when Google co-founder Sergey Brin walked in the room, he was immediately surrounded by bloggers and other members of the tech press. Show More Summary
Sergey Brin would be a huge get for any startup. Unless you've got Angelina Jolie. The actress, activist and "World's Most Beautiful Woman Alive" made headlines Tuesday with a poignant New York Times editorial revealing her decision to undergo a double mastectomy earlier this year. Show More Summary
At the Moscone Center West, where Google's been holding its annual I/O conference for developers, we've seen a fair number of people wearing Google Glass, the face-mounted display-and-camera gadget Google introduced last year. The most...Show More Summary
Google's project leads and executives will take the stage this week at Google's annual developer confab, I/O. But who are they, exactly? Here's a Mountain View playbill. Outside of cofounders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, and chairmanShow More Summary
Sergey Brin showed off Glass at last year's I/O, setting a high bar. (Credit: CNET) In our Google I/O poll, we looked at what Google could possibly announce this week to measure up to the high bar set by last year's skydiving introduction of Google Glass, along with the Nexus 7, Android Jelly Bean and apparently ill-fated Nexus Q. Show More Summary
Traditionally, Google's cornucopia of services were all solitary islands in Sergey Brin's vast online sea—completely solitary, and completely cut off from one another. All that changed when the company instituted its new (and controversial)...Show More Summary