Search is dying. Maps reads your mind now. And Google's foray into music depends on predicting your tastes. The tech giant's annual conference is really all about building a better AI.
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A design group imagines the future of Glass, and it's inadvertently horrible.
The strange comment Constant Dullaart left on my wall sounded like him, but I knew that it wasn't.
Google Glass isn't a scary thing.
Isn't it a little unsettling that a project as huge as an interplantary Internet is being masterminded by a Google employee?
This is not a new tool, but it is a consistently hilarious tool.
Remodeling the city's soundscape with help from an Xbox Kinect camera, MAX/MSP, and creative listening.
That riot-starting little piece of content from last year is giving Google all kinds of grief.
Google's getting close to settling a slew of anitrust accusations with European authorities.
It's hardly news that Google has a lot of money.
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Google's bread and butter is advertising. How will it make money off an ad-less Glass?
AT&T joins Google in the gigabit Internet business, but don't get your hopes up about downloading a movie in ten seconds just yet.
Red versus blue, who wins?
Google+ has opened up its border to animated profile picture capabilities. That's a good thing.
Eric Schmidt is telling long-oppressed Burmese citizens about the wonders of technology.
Google is the lord of the web.
Everybody wants high-speed internet, but should Google have the final say in how we get it?
As the search giant prepares to bury every journalist's best friend, Google Reader, it's releasing a new way for people to find G…
The only thing that might keep oil companies honest with their Arctic adventures are satellites, bloggers, and Google.
Bleak notes from the frontlines of writing for algorithms.
I hate my life and I'm quitting journalism.