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Near-field communication chips may let smartphones replace cash and credit cards—but they could also offer opportunities to hackers.
The device, for streaming music and video, looks cool, and it’s easy to use, but it’s also way too expensive.
Google may be a little late to the tablet party, but its Nexus 7 should make plenty of friends.
The company’s Chrome browser and Drive storage app arrive for iPad and iPhones—and could perhaps woo business customers.
I thought that glasses with “augmented reality” would be hopelessly dorky and could never go mainstream—until I saw the technology in action.
Three brains behind Google’s failed collaboration service think your e-mail should work like a social network’s news feed—and they might be right.
The Knowledge Graph is rapidly learning about the world. It promises to transform more than just search.