Google is offering a free online course to developers who want to update their skills using the Google Maps SDK for iOS.
A new feature added to the Google Camera app lets users artistically create a blurry foreground.
General Mills says it treats customers' information sensitively. But what about their rights?
The app enables Android device users to remotely access a home or work computer to access files when they were needed.
A proposed federal law would eliminate the National Technical Information Service because about 74 percent of the documents it circulates can instead be found for free through Google searches.
The good news was getting one of the invites to purchase a pair of Google Glasses. The bad news was not willing to pay $1,500 for a product that is still in development.
If you couldn't score one of the hard-to-get tickets for Coachella, you can at least watch the performances as they are live-streamed this weekend.
Spilling a soft drink on your laptop's keyboard isn't the best idea when you are heading abroad to cover a technology conference. Ask me how I know about this subject.
Your Chromecast device can now be used to give a fun slide show on your TV using the photos on your smartphones and the phones of your friends using a cool app from Google's Chrome Experiments labs.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Why bring back to a company in serious need of positive energy the guy who probably now hates it most? You really, really need him.
HTC has a March 25 event planned to unveil a phone that has already been leaked, photographed and reviewed.
If Gmail users want to sue Google over email scanning done by the company, they'll have to do so individually, thanks to a recent ruling.
One reviewer of "Haunted Empire" summed it up this way: "Skip it." Tim Cook would be delighted for everyone to take that advice.
One analyst summed up Apple's CarPlay as an "opportunity missed" and its fanfare as "fizzled"—for good reasons.