One month after this 'social experiment' redefined online multiplayer, we virtually sit down with the unnamed creator to discuss the initial goals, what changed along the way, and what comes next.
Google is in a pole position to make human-to-computer voice interaction mainstream. Google Glass is its high-profile test case.
The biggest disruption at a heavily-attended on-stage conversation featuring Ouya founder Julie Uhrman was from the audience members tweeting their discontent and leaving in the middle.
CNET's Tom Krazit and Molly Wood sit down with Google CEO Eric Schmidt to discuss the future of Android, the Chrome OS, the problem of real-time search indexing, and more.
Molly Wood talks to Facebook's vice president of product about privacy, selling data to advertisers, our differing opinions on the definition of opt-in, and of course, the Facebook movie.
Nokia seems to be under the gun, thanks to pressure from the Android OS, the iPhone, Windows Phone 7, and even RIM. But the company's executive vice president of services doesn't seem to be in much of a rush.
In an exclusive talk with Crave, a person associated with the first group to hack the Sony PlayStation Vita tells us how and why it happened, and what to expect as they develop the exploit.
The startup's platform, now open to the public, creates a play space between the blog and the tweet.
With razor-sharp clarity, John Glenn recalls his pioneering 1962 flight to become the first American in orbit. Now 90, he discusses the mission, a subsequent shuttle flight, and the current state of NASA.
At CES 2010, Molly Wood interviews Ford CEO Alan Mulally about in-car technology, electric vehicles, flying cars, and the future of American automakers.