On Road Trip 2015, CNET gets up close with a new structure that will supply the city with free, public Wi-Fi via a project that swaps phone booths for hotspots.
The company has changed its iconic wordmark to reinforce the importance of mobile devices and to give the logo a more "approachable" feel.
The Internet giant also shows off "Expeditions" kits, letting teachers conduct virtual field trips, and its new "Jump" VR video recording system.
Spotify offers a free music tier that delivers a good portion of the service's paid subscription version. And that's exactly the problem.
We embed in the field and go behind the scenes of Google's augmented reality game, Ingress. Is walking through the streets of hundreds of countries the future of gaming?
In launching its Carstache 2.0, Lyft decides it must share something in common with so many other tech companies: laughing at Apple and, in this case, Jony Ive.
In the fourth and final installment of his series celebrating 25 years of the Web, Crave's Eric Mack returns to the Web from the wilderness after spending some time exploring the dark side of the Force, er, politics.
The future of Nokia's Here mapping service is smartwatches, self-driving cars, and drones -- but first there's the rather more pressing matter of Microsoft carving up the company.
Some are familiar faces, others less so -- but each in their own way is trying to shake up the status quo.
analysis Intel aspired to revolutionize cable and satellite with Web TV. Just because it failed doesn't mean Apple, Google, and the rest will too -- but they're no closer to a happy ending.