Google showed off Android 4.1 'Jelly Bean,' its latest phone and tablet operating system, at its I/O developers conference on Wednesday. Jelly Bean's new features include better support for voice commands, a smoother interface, a predictive keyboard, and Google Now.
Google unveiled the Nexus 7 – a 7-inch, $199 tablet – at its I/O conference on Wednesday. Its size and price are similar to those of Amazon's popular tablet -- but the Nexus 7 has a few features that set it apart from the Kindle Fire.
Google says the spherical Nexus Q media server is "the world's first social streaming media player." With easy cloud connectivity and a built-in amp, Google's Nexus Q has a lot going for it -- but how does it compare to the Apple TV or the Roku?
Many expected podcasts to get star treatment in iOS 6, but Apple beat us to the punch: a dedicated app launched in the App Store on Tuesday. With Podcasts, Apple gives users better listening controls and a throwback tape deck to boot.
Microsoft paid $1.2 billion to acquire Yammer, an enterprise social network company. Yammer's got a lot of users -- and Microsoft plans to use that base to make the Office suite more useful.
Alan Turning spearheaded the creation of the bombe, a device designed to crack the German Engima machine.
According to a new report, the Microsoft Surface will be Wi-Fi only – at least at first.
Twitter today announced the expansion of its "promoted tweets" advertising platform. Too bad the microblogging site could barely stay online.
Amid a new batch of iPhone 5 rumors, Foxconn CEO Terry Gou tees off on the latest Samsung offering.