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Topic - Google
Some kids - well, a lot of kids - play video games. For some, interest fades as they get older. For others, like David Hanson, the passion only grows stronger.
Surveillance. Online privacy. Robots. Food processing. Wearable computers. To get a sense of what's on the minds of the tech industry's thinkers, leaders and tinkerers, it's a good idea to head to Austin, Texas, rather than Silicon Valley this time of the year.
International DJ-producer Steve Angello is giving away his record label's entire catalog with the help of Google Play.
Arwin Buditom guards some of the most successful high-tech firms in America. Joseph Farfan keeps their heat, air and electric systems humming. But these workers and tens of thousands like them who help fuel the Silicon Valley's tech boom can't even make ends meet anymore. Buditom rooms with his sister an hour's drive from work. Farfan gets his groceries at a food pantry.
A San Francisco bar is banning Google Glass over concerns that the Internet-connected, head-mounted computer will be used to record customers.
Reports of the death of broadcast TV have been — as Mark Twain observed about reports of his own — greatly exaggerated. Over and over again.
More than 50 groups, organizations and coalitions have weighed in on gay marriage cases in Utah and Oklahoma with supporting court briefs - giving a Denver-based federal appeals court thousands of pages of arguments to consider.
Bucket lists are fairly common, but not many people plan out a visual bucket list. For Louis Corbett, a 12-year-old New Zealand boy, a rare disease made planning his most-wanted sights a priority.
It was like a bad dream for Hannah Chiasson.
Google is donating nearly $7 million to allow San Francisco to continue providing free bus and other transportation services to low-income city kids.
When it comes to smartphones, consumers have an array of choices from Apple to... well, Android.
Two videos, including one by pop star Katy Perry, are facing backlash after their alleged anti-Muslim connotations and elements.
A U.S. appeals court in San Francisco has ordered Google to remove from YouTube "Innocence of Muslims," the anti-Islam film the Obama administration initially blamed for the 2012 killing of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya.
Soldiers are ready to a battlefield version of the Google glass, thanks to global defense, security and aerospace company BAE Systems. Wired magazine called the helmet-mounted display a 'lethal cross between the Terminator and Iron Man.'
San Francisco police are trying to identify three suspects in an altercation over Google's new Internet-connected, head-mounted computer at a city bar.