All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
A radio station in Tuscumbia, Ala., is changing formats. So it says aliens are taking over to see what music people really like. Soon, police presence escalates after fears of bombs being dropped.
"Google and the World Brain" asks whether a universal library belongs in the hands of a corporation, no matter how well-intentioned.
Russian astronomer declares that there are so many planets that resemble Earth that very soon we will encounter some of their inhabitants. Also: a mild frenzy on YouTube over video that claims to show a UFO over London.
The Supremes say Congress can force public-domain works back into copyright, in consideration to the Berne Convention treaty.
Definitely not for little kids, H.G. Wells' classic tale of alien invasion gets enhanced with animated attacks, spooky sound effects, and other interactive goodies.
NASA's Athlete prototype rover is designed to roll on the moon or Mars. Things got slightly funky at a recent test-drive on Earth.
Another scientist is working on helping you hide from those pesky ninja assassins. Great, but when are we going to see a working cloak already?
Like to read? Here's your chance to pocket some of the world's greatest short fiction from authors like Arthur Conan Doyle and Oscar Wilde.
Following the Google doodle that allegedly commemorated a Japanese video game, we now see an alien spacecraft over crop circles. What does it all mean?
Scribblenauts, for the Nintendo DS, generated a massive amount of positive buzz after this year's E3 video game trade show, thanks to a unique interface that lets players type in the name of real-world objects they want to use in the game.