Google has always been light-years ahead of its time, thanks to its unconventional co-founders. They're shaking things up, again.
Alphabet, Google's new parent company known for ambitious projects, reveals just how much innovation costs. All that spending has helped it become the most valuable in the world, topping Apple.
The Google co-founder talks about connecting remote populations to the Internet and picking the name "Alphabet" for Google's new parent company.
Jeff discusses how MIT's new living bio-skin works in athletic clothing, where Google plans to deploy its Project Loon balloons in 2016 and why 3D-printed hair could mean better toys someday.
Google's Project Loon has previously tested their "Internet by balloon" experiment in locations like New Zealand and Chile, and now, it will take its services to Indonesia, where 2 out of 3 citizens don't have a regular online connection.
Google's parent company wants to connect remote regions to the Internet. Next stop: Southeast Asia.
Using a non-invasive brain-control interface, engineer Chip Audette controlled a balloon shark by closing his eyes.
CNET's Michael Franco falls in love with an inflatable lantern.
The head of the secretive lab Google X says its Internet-service balloons will work with Apple's mobile operating system, iOS, as well as the company's own Android.
Kickstarter backers really, really want to fill 100 water balloons in a minute. They express their joy by pouring money into an entertaining water-balloon gadget project.