All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
G-Technology announces a new Evolution Series of high-speed, module-based external storage devices that can work separately as USB 3.0 portable drives or together as part of a advanced Thunderbolt-based network.
G-Technology announces at CES 2013 that it now uses high-speed 7,200rpm 2.5-inch hard drives for its G-Drive and G-RAID external storage products.
After a federal judge threw out a settlement in August, the two sides have come together and are requesting a new trial date.
On today's show, we discuss Google killing its secret barge plans, exosuits helping shipbuilders lift heavy parts, and an odd couture headpiece that tracks brain activity.
After hearing Google shut down their secret barges, Ashley and Rich reminisce on other projects Google has killed off. Also, they discuss a curious piece of couture that claims to change color based on brain activity (Rich says it looks like a fancy swim cap).
Couldn't keep up with all the news from Google's developers conference? Here's a breakdown. Plus a Supreme Court ruling could be the beginning of the end for Aereo.
At a women in technology panel that closed out Google I/O, the tech titan says that it will pay for "thousands" of women and minorities already in tech to advance their skills.
All things considered, the G-Tech G-RAID with Thunderbolt makes a decent investment for Mac owners who have the funds for a fast storage solution.
The space station's flying droids embrace Google's newest smartphone technology.
The free-flying Spheres, inspired by "Star Wars" and now aided by Google's Project Tango, will handle more of the mundane tasks for astronauts.