With 13 hours of charge time, users can work or play on their Chromebook 13 during a flight from New York to Beijing.
What company couldn't benefit from a deep consideration of its mission? It's a concept Apple can school us all in.
Google is offering U.S. customers a free 90-day subscription to its Google Play All Access music streaming service.
For those who find entering a PIN to be a drag, Motorola now offers NFC-based temporary tattoos that unlock a phone with a tap. You in?
Google updated LiquidFun, a C++ 2D rigid-body physics library that makes it easier for developers to add realistic physics to their games.
Kyocera Mobile, which has four decades of experience making sapphire glass, is working on sapphire phone displays. Take a guess why.
Google's $35 Chromecast dongle can now push Android content from small devices to the television screen.
Google Glass will hold a London Demo Days event June 27-28 where prospective Glass users can come and try Glass for themselves.
The Google computer science fellowship program, in its sixth year, rewards graduate students around the world for their innovative and compelling research.
The ISIS mobile wallet launched in 2011 but has had trouble gaining traction—maybe a good thing, while a terror group by the same name makes headlines.
Google has been working on a project in the Middle East to use Hangouts+ to bridge cultural gaps between young Arab and Israeli students.
An 11-year-old girl from New York wins first prize for her imaginative Google doodle in the annual contest, which has been around since 2008.
At its WWDC, Apple shared—in less than 400 words—its plans to "revolutionize" health care. Here's exactly what Craig Federighi said.
More people around the world can now use the inexpensive video-streaming dongle.
In an effort to protect Windows users from cyber-attacks launched through Chrome extensions, Google is now requiring that these extensions be installed from the Chrome Web Store.