Social-savvy thesp George Takei is hosting a new series about technology on YouTube, sponsored by the AARP. The 76-year-old actor, best known as Sulu on the original “Star Trek” TV show, will cover…
Lights, camera, Google Glass! Google announced Tuesday that its buzzed-about high-tech specs will be made available in a select group of film and design schools this fall in order to spur innovation…
Google has taken a stake in Himax Display, which produces microdisplays for head-mounted devices including Google Glass — indicating the Internet giant expects to ramp up production to more than 2…
What began about a year ago as an ultra-fast gigabit-speed fiber broadband network isolated in a single market is expanding faster than most expected.
Indignation won't stop this, any more than raging at a tsunami of cameras will make them vanish. Before rushing to legislate, let's try looking beyond momentary crises and consider the world 10 years…
Our first choice for Deep Focus was a no-brainer: Google. It's hard to think of any company more influential in the entertainment industry -- and just about every other industry that uses a computer.
When Google Glass debuts next year, the way we tell stories and watch others tell them may start to change in significant ways. And not just for the people who upload their life moments onto YouTube.
Glass is a new form of digital narcissism that drags in unknowing bystanders. It shrinks the private sphere and makes the public realm even more public.
Hulu is no longer for sale — and its current owners claim their strategies for the Internet TV site are fully in sync. On Friday, 21st Century Fox, NBCUniversal and The Walt Disney Co. jointly…
Striking an almost defiant tone, Eric Schmidt made it clear that Google was doing all it could to combat piracy, but it would not be pushed around. “The industry would like us to edit the web and…