The company’s 3,500 employees work in an environment that celebrates hacking and youthful exuberance.
Estimates of the historical value of a user put the IPO hype in perspective.
Google reveals how often governments ask it to banish things from its services and how often it complies.
New technology deciphers—and empowers—the millions who talk back to their televisions through the Web.
The new social site invites users to communicate by modifying and remixing images.
With Google ending the “Labs” section of its website, we take a look at some of the cooler projects that now have an uncertain future.
Technology Review's I.T. Editor, Erica Naone, tests out the Web-reliant Cr-48. It starts up in an instant, and comes with "free" 3G. But Google's online app store needs work.
The GM of Microsoft Live Labs demos his technology to visualize the mounds of data on the web.
The Google Ventures partner discusses entrepreneurship and spotting “game-changing” innovations.
At EmTech 2010 The founder of Tumblr discusses short-form blogging and how his site competes with Facebook and Twitter.