New apps make the $35 TV dongle even better, but not without a few headaches.
Company that manages Google’s private planes bought fuel at below market prices, says government report
A very, very long-awaited feature — at least by me — is here.
A pure Android tablet with more screen for more money.
GigaOM’s Janko Roettgers reports that Google’s $35 Chromecast TV stick has added support for 10 new streaming media services: Plex, aVia, RealPlayer, BeyondPod, PostTV, Songza, RedbullTV, Revision3, VEVO and Viki.
As I analyze the industry, I’ve become increasingly aware that Android serves two roles.
Love letters, job offers and cat video confabs, check, check and check.
Man thrown out of diner for wearing Google Glass may prove the latest tech vs. privacy flashpoint
Jacob Kohnstamm, chairman of the College for the Protection of Personal Data, said that Google’s combining of data from different services, including …
Less clicking, more searching.
If Google’s laptops were as bad as the new “Scroogled” campaign says, Microsoft could safely ignore them.
Google Maps shows you the all-too-often maddening world of airplane and train terminals.