The beleaguered CEO of the struggling Internet pioneer delivers a "bold" strategic plan. She is cutting jobs, selling patents and real estate, and inviting would-be acquirers to speak up.
Alphabet's executive chairman expects that artificial intelligence will help with both personal tasks and the world's "hard problems."
The startup couldn't compete with better-funded rivals Uber and Lyft.
The big game and all its festivities get sweeping protection, from bomb-destroying robots to software that crunches social media looking for threats.
Tim Berners-Lee pushes for amendments to a proposed European Parliament law that he believes could impede the equal treatment of online traffic, a concept known as Net neutrality.
An administrative law judge for the US International Trade Commission sides with Samsung on a patent dispute with Nvidia.
Sales of older game hardware plummet yet again, but the game industry is ready to move on.
The company says that it will cut 15 percent of its staff as it refocuses its business on "premium smartphones, virtual reality, and connected lifestyle products."
The company is outfitting its new Smart TVs with its payments system as a way to expand its use beyond just mobile devices.
Although exact figures haven't been publicly announced, it's believed that Daimler's Mercedes-Benz brand, along with BMW, Volkswagen, and Audi are willing to pay as much as $3.3 billion for Nokia Here.