At South by Southwest, the head of the Android and Chrome teams touches on a wide variety of topics, including how Google plans to reach the next billion uses.
Early users of the software tool include Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, which has integrated Uber's car service into its reservation screen.
Adobe launches some new mobile apps and its first hardware, plus a new software development kit that it hopes will bring in third-party supporters.
It gives outside developers access to programming that will let other applications integrate the new subscription-only music service, hoping to get Beats Music in your car, your home, everywhere.
The private social network opens up to allow users to share updates from more than a dozen camera and fitness applications.
Announced a few months ago, the new app programming interface cuts off support for TweetDeck, as well as a handful of third-party Twitter clients.
Google touts that its new Maps Engine API can be used for virtually any kind of application, with business use cases ranging from health care to retail.
Computer scientists, tech industry leaders, and EFF petition the appeals court to uphold Judge Alsup's decision that the 37 Java APIs are not copyrightable.
Are you bad at remembering faces? Let Glass do it for you. This API will reportedly be available to developers within a week.
A limited app-programming interface doesn't deter Toronto-based design firm from dreaming up uses for Google's tech-savvy eyewear.