The Nexus One, released Tuesday, is dubbed a "superphone" by Google, and while revolutionary, what's really new is the way Google's selling it.
The newest Google phone, the Nexus One, will allow consumers to buy the phone unlocked. But watch out for the fine print.
Google celebrates Isaac Newton's birthday with an animated homepage.
Founder Apabi, which has more than half of China's $44 million e-book market, is trying to change how Chinese read. But pirated online books selling for as little as $.03 a title are already challenging them.
Chinese author Mian Mian – whose works include 'Panda Sex' and 'Acid Lover' – filed the first copyright violation by a Chinese author against Google. She says Google scanned her novel without permission.
By scheduling a press gathering the same day as the start of CES, Google is setting the Nexus One up for the same kind of coup that Apple scored with the iPhone in 2007.
Advertising will encourage you to stay on web pages longer and could soon bring the technology from 'Minority Report' to your cell phone. And you can buy stuff for your online self, too.
Amateur video artists are being elbowed offline by websites turning to more commercial fare.
Activists of all political stripes are expected to more aggressively pursue their ideological adversaries by any means necessary in cyberspace. On Thursday, Twitter was attacked for a second time, with an unknown group called the Iranian Cyber Army claiming the strike.