The search company launched new hardware products, a new push into media distribution, and staged a product pitch during a skydive. Are we watching a new Google emerge?
This is the last Reporters' Roundtable, so Rafe Needleman does some navel-gazing and gives out awards to the products, companies, and ideas he liked best. And worst. With guest Brian Cooley.
How the movement to develop of small, cheap, and autonomous robotic flying vehicles will change the way war is waged and what governments and businesses can do, and how hobbyists are leading the charge.
How and why we're going to build unbreakable, unjammable smartphone networks.
The search company launched new hardware products and a new push into media distribution. It also staged a product pitch during a skydive. Has Google just stolen Apple's thunder?
Join us live as we talk about the groundbreaking Facebook IPO today.
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Swedish social gifting company strikes deals with U.S. brands to help you celebrate your friends by giving them gift cards preloaded with marketing dollars.
Adrian Aoun, the founder of the news-reading and summarizing app Wavii, talks with Rafe Needleman about the genesis of his technology and how far it can go.
Google has announced that it working on Project Glass, an effort to create a glasses-based heads-up display for the real world. What's the technology? When will it be available? We discuss with our writer Martin LaMonica, and with the CEO of a company making augmented reality goggles that you can buy today.