The man who predicted phones that answer your questions and driverless cars will start at Google on Monday.
The inventor and author speaks onstage at the Techonomy conference in Tucson about his new book on human thought and the themes that stem from it.
Brian David Johnson is Intel's guy in charge of knowing what tomorrow will be like. No pressure. He shows CNET's Brian Cooley what's next.
Brian David Johnson is Intel's guy in charge of knowing what tomorrow will be like. No pressure. Join him as he shows CNET's Brian Cooley what's next.
Science fiction serves as a inspiration for the man whose job it is envisage Intel's future and, to a large degree, the future of computing itself.
If the auto's fuel efficiency lives up to the advance billing, VW likely will be able to say it makes the world's most economical car.
Computers are getting bigger and smaller at the same time, but Intel futurist Steve Brown says what's most important about wearable technology is the person doing the wearing.
The social network hires New York University professor Yann LeCun -- expert in machine learning and mobile robotics -- to run its AI Group research lab.
The third-largest comics publisher after Marvel and DC, Image Comics decides that it's time to ditch digital rights management on its books.
Larry Page recruits Art Levinson, chairman at both Genentech and Apple, to run the new health-focused company.