If you see a killer robot (including one that looks like a certain former California governor) making threatening movements toward Google's founders, there's no need to worry.
In an interview with The New York Times, Google's CEO says we should focus on the potential benefits of technology.
Since Google's co-founder took charge in 2011, he's had the search giant thinking bigger than ever. What to expect at Google I/O this week? Even if it's nothing mind-blowing, it's all according to plan.
On "Larry King Now," the actor discusses geekdom, gaming, Net neutrality, his new show, and the role closest to his heart.
The billionaire CEO is said to be joining forces with record producer David Geffen and media mogul Oprah Winfrey to place a bid on the basketball team -- if and when it goes up for sale.
In an interview with Charlie Rose, Ellison accuses Google's CEO of pursuing evilness by violating Oracle patents to develop Android.
Four years after the National Broadband Plan, communities and carriers are deploying next-gen infrastructure that will bring gigabit speed Internet to homes, universities, and businesses.
A reference design by Freescale Semiconductor aims to put Qi wireless charging into car consoles and restaurant tables.
Commentary: As Apple's self-destructive campaign against Android winds down, all that's left to fight over are damages in two US cases involving basic design elements.
Former Apple chief scientist Larry Tesler and user interface head at Amazon and Yahoo likes the latest version of iOS despite some annoying issues, such as the wiggle mode.