What I need now is a web-based RSS reader from a company that’s big enough to not fold anytime soon and popular enough to get included with third-party services.
Why aren’t there better smartphone apps for serious travelers?
What would a “killer app” for Google Glass look like? Tech-industry analyst Tim Bajarin offers his input, then asks for yours
As expected, Google has flipped the switch on Google Keep, a dead-simple website and Android app for recording notes, checklists, images and audio
Google appears to be testing a new service called Google Keep, which could allow users to compile written notes, task lists, web links and images in one place.
Today, with four billion hours of viewership a month, YouTube is more popular than ever. But it’s also part of an Internet that’s radically different than it was when YouTube was young.
Is scaling Everest on your bucket list? Click away.
In August 2011, I outlined why I believed that Chrome was more important to Google than Android. At first blush, this sounds kind of crazy, but when you look at the bigger strategic picture it makes sense.
Google’s decision to shut down Google Reader has left some in the tech world feeling battered and bruised.
For the first time ever, the future of Google’s mobile operating system will be determined by someone who isn’t Andy Rubin.
Longtime tech journalist Andy Ihnatko has published a great piece on why he switched from an iPhone 4S to a Samsung Galaxy S III.
Fortune is reporting that YouTube will be launching a streaming music service to compete with the likes of Spotify.