All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The Google CEO tops off three hours of cool software presentations with his list of pet peeves.
At Google I/O in San Francisco, CEO Larry Page discusses Glass and describes the wearable tech as "a new category" with no parallel to existing computing devices. "I think our main goal is to get happy users using Glass," he said.
The CEO charms the Google faithful in an informal Q&A to wrap up the I/O keynote, but his answers cleverly complain about industry backstabbing while promising a utopia driven by tech.
At its annual developers conference, Google unveiled a slew of new products in categories ranging from music to gaming to photo sharing. CNET's Sumi Das recounts the highlights.
AT&T having problems
The Wired author talks with CNET's Molly Wood about Google's corporate culture, its database of all your information, and those gigantic piles of money.
Rob Enderle and the fools who quote him.
CES allows brands to show off their entire lines and lifestyles
Google Sites has the most features but takes the most effort. Page-o-rama is ultrasimple and also ultralimited. Weebly is smack between the two, offering a mix of functionality and simplicity that's perfect for casual site makers.
At last week's I/O conference, Google's Larry Page didn't speak like a CEO. He spoke like a politician.