Robotics will replace some human workers in their jobs, but technology will also create new, more interesting jobs for people, according to a report from Forrester Research.
High-tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has his sights set on building robots that can do housework, have conversations, and play games.
Scientists with the U.S. Navy are working to develop an augmented reality display for divers' helmets.
Analysts agree Viv's a big step forward if it works as promised, but say it's still early and the system will need to learn to be most effective.
According to one Facebook executive, if you think you're drowning in a flood of information now, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
Their ultimate success of self-driving cars will hinge on drivers' acceptance, Google says.
By deciding to shed its Internet business, Yahoo is moving to take on a different business focus. But its future remains very much in doubt.
Yahoo said today that it has abandoned a plan to spin off its $31 billion stake in Alibaba, a popular Chinese e-commerce company, and would instead spin off all of its other assets into a new company.
Google's About Me page contains information about your work history, contact information, educational background and places you've lived, along with gender and birthday.
Google engineers asked employees and their children, who were on site to trick-or-treat for Halloween, to walk around some parked driverless cars so the autos’ sensors could work on detecting children.
A Google computer recently made headlines for appearing to become agitated and verbally lashing out at the human working with it.
Google botched its wearable, Google Glass, and now the director of GoogleX labs is openly talking about it.
Google will submit plans this week to build a new headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.
With 2014 almost over, Microsoft has released its lists of the top searches on Bing, with Apple's iPhone 6, Facebook and Kim Kardashian the year's big winners.
Teenage users have been drifting away from Facebook for the last few years, and now we know where they're going.
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