A U.S. appeals court ordered YouTube on Wednesday to take down an anti-Muslim film that sparked violent riots in parts of the Middle East and death threats to the actors.
Google wants to offer ultra-fast Internet service in 34 more cities scattered across eight states, including Texas, in the company’s boldest challenge to cable and telecommunications providers.
Google Glass is getting glasses. Google is adding prescription frames and new styles of detachable sunglasses to its computerized, internet-connected Glass goggles.
Google Inc. will invest another $75 million in Texas wind farms as the tech giant expands its renewable energy efforts, company officials said.
Google will pay $3.2 billion to buy Nest Labs, which develops high-tech versions of devices like thermostats and smoke detectors, in its second-largest acquisition ever.
Gadgets that you snap or fasten to your body are already being marketed to niche groups. But will 2014 be remembered as the year wearable computing took off?
Celebrities, businesses and even the U.S. State Department have bought bogus Facebook likes, Twitter followers or YouTube viewers from offshore “click farms,” where workers tap, tap, tap the thumbs up button, view videos or retweet comments to inflate social media numbers.
The new year has arrived, and tech companies have already been looking ahead toward the next big innovations. Here are some of the tech trends to watch in 2014.
What were the most popular stories of 2013? From Nelson Mandela to the Harlem Shake, Google provides a look into what the world searched for over the past year.
Researchers are trying to plant a digital seed for artificial intelligence by letting a massive computer system browse millions of pictures and decide for itself what they all mean.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
Yahoo’s free email service is becoming a bit more like Google’s Gmail as part of its second makeover in less than a year.