Twitter is alive with reactions to the (now official) news that Stephen Colbert will be the next "Late Show" host on CBS. Crave's Eric Mack seeks to capture the gestalt.
Someone has to put up a show against Google's latest robotic intentions. Thankfully, Stephen Colbert is stepping up.
No joke: Stephen Colbert's not a fan of Edward Snowden's whistleblowing, the political satirist tells a packed house at the closing RSA Conference keynote speech.
In an impassioned defense of Net neutrality, Stephen Colbert says we must rise up against cable companies.
The popular comedian is hilariously unhappy that explicit content has been banned from Google's augmented-reality specs.
In a pleasant appearance on "The Colbert Report," the executive chairman offers a tinge of hope for humanity that Google will still have some role in the digital age.
Former president admits that he's afraid of being a friendless tweeter. Stephen Colbert takes care of his fears and creates @PrezBillyJeff.
Interviewed by Eric Schmidt, Colbert is stunned to discover he can buy his own book through the great hydra that is Google.
In tributes to recently deceased Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart couldn't play it straight. But each had a serious undertone.
In an appearance on "The Colbert Report," Google CEO offers that he was only kidding about teens being able to take on new IDs to mask youthful online indiscretions.