Don't-Miss Tech event Stories
This is how my Google Glass headset photographed a three-hour keynote and 72 hours of developer workshops.
Google gave developers a host of new goodies and announced new features and services that seemed interesting or impressive, even if they didn't knock people's socks off. Get a look at the big stories to come out of this year's keynote.
Google will kick off its I/O conference on Wednesday, May 15 with a keynote that starts at 9 a.m. PT. Join us for our live coverage.
Can anything possibly top last year's Google I/O skydiving spectacle? We present four must-see scenarios for this year's keynote theatrics.
In 2010, Google donated $10 million to fund five world-changing ideas that would "help the most." As we near the three-year mark, we check in to see what the donation recipients have been up to.
Facebook's new Home launcher for Android is available April 12 as a software download from Google Play. HTC will intro the first phone to include Home, the $100 HTC First, on April 12 as well.
Google I/O conference registration opened at 10 a.m. EDT on Wednesday and closed less than an hour later, showing once again that this is as hot tech confab as there is these days.
This year's South by Southwest Interactive will play host to tech trends in areas as diverse as gaming, artificial intelligence, 3D printing and social networking, but whether the next Twitter will emerge at the conference is harder to say.
U.S. lawmakers pledged to rewrite an antihacking law as hundreds of people gathered in Washington, D.C., to mourn the death of Internet activist and innovator Aaron Swartz.
Twenty-eight startups from around the globe compete for interest from investor judges in the AngelHack contest. We take a closer look at this competition in a video report.
Whether or not you have coding skills, the U.S. government asks you to roll up your sleeves in June and help solve the nation's problems.