The pace of innovation in the cloud is speeding. Think of what the smartphone looked like before the iPhone. That’s how primitive today’s cloud is going to look five years from now, Google’s infrastructure chief says.
The Google Fi app showed up for the first time Wednesday on the Play Store: The catch is that you'll need a Nexus 6 phablet and an invitation to the new wireless service in order to make any use of it.
Dan Fredinburg, an engineer who worked on many of Google's most exciting projects during his 8 years with the company, died over the weekend in an avalanche on Mount Everest triggered by Nepal's devastating earthquake.
Project Fi, Google's Wi-Fi and cellular network service, can be described as low-cost, disruptive, cutting edge, tantalizing, confusing, even awesome. Here's a look at those who could gain from the new service, and those who could...
We have all heard about it: “The death of the PC”. Mobile devices are replacing the need for more full functioned computers. Right? That is why IDC predicts a 4.9% decline in PC shipments in 2015– this is on top of the 6% decline
If the password isn’t dead, it ought to be, shout headlines. Security experts almost universally despise the use of the password as almost the only form of end-user authentication, but there aren’t many alternatives available.
With Google about to make a change that will affect how websites are ranked in its mobile search results, now is the time for companies to make sure their websites don't sink to the bottom of the pile.