And they gave them business cards to prove it
In your car at least
No, Google Glass discrimination isn't a "hate crime"
Google's face-computer may be coming soon to a doctor's office near you
Clicking on the Doodle produces a landing page with the latest FIFA schedules, scores, and news
Google’s naming and shaming rival email providers, pointing out Tuesday which of its competitors don’t fully encrypt users’ email. In a new section of its...
Individuals in Europe hoping to have search results deleted have sent Google an average of 10,000 requests per day, or one every 7 seconds
The Chinese government is tightening its grip on the Internet ahead of the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre
TrackingPoint turns Glass into a remote sight for aiming around corners.
As a form of protest against Google Glass, a Berlin-based artist has come up with a way to boot users from local Wi-Fi networks. The program, appropriately...
Google's multibillion-dollar project is part of a Silicon Valley race to extend Internet access to underserved corners of the globe
"Google is not where we want to be when it comes to diversity,” the tech giant says
Individuals must provide links to the material they want removed, their nationality and a valid reason
Google introduced a driverless car, but there are plenty of other ways transportation is changing radically
Driverless cars are coming, whether we want them or not
Instead of relying of modified versions of existing marques, Google unveils its own prototype of a car that lacks brakes, pedals and steering wheel
Ant colonies are surprisingly efficient at forming intelligent networks that can rapidly spread information, according to a new study
Rachel Louise Carson inspired world bans against DDT and the start of the EPA
Maria Belen Rodriguez is seeking damages from Google and Yahoo
The real potential for Project Tango lies in devices that are much smaller, or much larger.