NASA has launched three Google-HTC Nexus One smartphones into space in what scientists hope will be the lowest-cost satellites ever tested.
With Google's futuristic wearable computers on the way, one research firm calculates that the worldwide market for smart glasses could reach nearly 10 million units by 2016.
Americans spend more time on social networks than other Internet users, according to a study by Experian Marketing Services.
Google moves to keep up with its mobile users, updating search on devices this week.
The group will focus on immigration reform that includes both border security and a path to citizenship, along with higher school standards and support for teachers.
Microsoft took a big swing at Facebook Friday, calling the social network's new Home launcher an old idea.
Google said Wednesday that it will reach out to "several thousand" people through Twitter and its Google+ social network to take part in its Explorer project for trying out its computerized eyewear.
Mobile Google+ users should expect to see more prominent features such as +1, a display for your current location and photo enhancements.
Google has filed a patent application for technology that will enable Google Glass to control everyday devices such as coffee makers, home alarm systems, and garage doors.
After a computer glitch sidelined NASA's Mars rover Curiosity late last month, another problem has it down again.
Google confirmed its Drive service has been down for several hours for a "significant subset of users" who are fretting that they can't get access to their work.
Scientists at the California Institute of Technology have taken the next step in the evolution of the computer chip, developing self-healing integrated chips.
As 115 Roman Catholic cardinals are isolated behind closed doors in the Sistine Chapel to choose a new pope, the historic tradition has focused a lot of attention on modern technology.
Before you "like" a friend's or company's post on Facebook, think twice. A new study shows that your Facebook "likes" may be far more revealing than you ever thought.
A computer problem onboard the Mars rover Curiosity has forced NASA scientists to put the rover into safe mode while they try to bring a backup system online and try to figure out what is wrong with the main computer.