Computer scientists at Princeton University computer scientists have developed a new way to track the beginning and the spread of ideas. This new method could make it easier to measure how influential some ideas really are.
This week, President Barack Obama took a break from his exhausting schedule of finger wagging and golfing to hobnob with Google execs in Silicon Valley.
Google has confirmed that its Street View cars "mistakenly collected" unencrypted WiFi payload data while mapping city streets.
Google plans to build an ultra-high speed, fiber-based broadband network on California's Stanford University campus. Internet speeds are expected to hit a blazing 1 gigabit per second - more than 100 times faster than what most people have access to today.
Google's admitted that nearly three percent of German households have opted to have their houses blurred on Street View in the run-up to the German launch.
Don’t get me wrong - the kind of drama going on in the tech world right now is like candy to a baby for me and I certainly don’t want it to stop.
Canada's privacy commissioner has ticked off Google over its unauthorized collection of personal data with its Street Vew cars, saying it broke local laws.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs remains utterly unimpressed with Google's popular Android mobile operating system.
Google has introduced a Cloud Connect feature for the latest iteration of its Search Appliance that allows users to search across on-premise and cloud-based content from a single box.
How much can you earn when you have the most popular mobile operating system in the US? Apparently more than $1 billion a year.
When it comes to securing and selling ad time on TV networks, apparently Google just can't make the cut.
Google is reportedly putting the finishing touches on its streamlined Android Gingerbread SDK, which could launch as early as next week.
If you want to try out Google's brand new "TV operating system" before the end of the year, you're gonna have to buy a Sony Internet TV.
It seems as if Google's Android represents a surefire recipe for success in the crowded mobile marketplace.
Google's invested in a project to build a 350-mile power transmission backbone along the US East Coast.
The global cloud computing market is projected to reach a staggering $121.1 billion by 2015.
Google has deployed a fleet of autonomous cars equipped with radar sensors and laser range finders capable of "seeing" and interacting with other vehicles on the road.
Twitter has just completed an overhaul of its back-end search architecture for users who are looking for specific users or messages, and it says it is now more capable ot handling the one billion queries that are generated each and every day.
In an attempt to strike up more interest in the Android platform not just for consumers but for developers as well, Amazon has announced it will begin selling Android apps from its trusted and well-known online storefront.
As it continues on a path to regain some of its once venerable position on the Internet, Yahoo has detailed some of its plans for a completely revamped search results page.