No one can accuse Google of not thinking big. Project Loon, Google's audacious "moonshot" vision to bring mobile Internet connectivity to the billions without - via balloons - is one of the company's biggest ideas ever.
Google, eager to salvage its security-related reputation in the wake of disclosures about the NSA's PRISM surveillance program, has asked a secretive intelligence court to let it disclose more details regarding government requests for information about its users, reports the Washington Post.
If you are waiting to get your hands on the latest and greatest of Google’s Nexus Android smartphones and tablets, the last month or so has been both exciting and disappointing.
The developer community has a message for Pinterest: what’s taking so long?
Ever since March 2012, the image-sharing network has promised developers an API.
A few years ago, a fast-growing startup, adding staff at a breakneck pace, hired a facilities manager as a contractor without asking too many questions.
Finding a Chromebook from Google has never been particularly hard to do, since they've been available at Best Buy and Amazon for quite a while.
Yahoo has joined the ranks of Internet technology companies demonstrating their commitment to openness - and trying to rebuild trust with their users - with its own revelation of data requests received from law enforcement agencies.
If ever we needed confirmation that markets, not courtrooms, should decide the technologies we use, witness SCO Group's reborn dream to sue all of UNIX-dom into its wallet.
iOS 7 is a truly audacious re-design of Apple's chief operating system.
Guest author Jesus Rodriguez is the CEO and co-founder of KidoZen.
It has taken more than five years, but the first phase of integrating mobile into enterprises is almost over.