Google is likely joining Apple and Microsoft in opening its own retail stores—a trend that points toward a more fragmented user experience.
The president’s proposed initiatives are a good start in helping to revitalize manufacturing, but they don't go nearly far enough.
In its first earning report since key product launches, Microsoft's results are just so-so.
My Android phone just went splat. Google's CEO says its Motorola division is working on that.
A disruptive electronic payment service wants to eliminate cash. Now Iowa’s government could give it a boost.
The Federal Trade Commission says the search giant does not illegally stifle competition after a nearly two-year inquiry.
Now that the struggling company is exiting consumer markets, it can turn its focus to technologies that matter to manufacturers.
It’s dizzying to contemplate, but it might not be long before the volume of digital data surpasses the current limit of measures.
As Rupert Murdoch's "The Daily" folds, a programmer's take on digital publishing points the way forward.
General Electric's CEO explains his company's recent bets on 3-D printing and software.