Although the developer action is in San Francisco, here's all you need to know to be clued-in on Google's announcements and workshops, wherever you are.
Speed improvement in the app and the launch of Apple's iPad2 bring 8 to 9 million daily "flips" by users.
FCC head defends against charges of “regulating everything.” Can we all talk about something else besides net neutrality now?
Seven years of Dish-TiVo lawsuits are finally over with a huge payout to Tivo.
These crazy stands and docks are made from Legos, dinosaurs, old Macs, and even cheese. What will they think of next?
Let this be a lesson to celebrities and publicity hounds everywhere.
The massive data security mop-up is up to individual consumers but Sony may still be on the hook.
Hint: It’s the commercials, not the TV shows, that Yahoo finds most engaging.
Google Offers, the search giant's daily deal program, to launch in Portland, Oregon, New York City, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
When the government comes knocking, who has your back on privacy issues? Hardly anyone, reports the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The application, called Bobsled, allows you to call friends from within Facebook.
Apple's federal court suit claims the Galaxy line of phones and tablets borrows too much from Apple products.
Apple sued by angry parent for pushing Smurfberries and other game currency.
Don't like the standard Gmail themes? Dress up your e-mail account with your own digital photographs.