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A photo of a massive robot arm entertaining guests at a Google I/O party this week really needed a good caption, so we reached out to readers. Here's what they came up with.
In an interview with CNET, Ford's K. Venkatesh Prasad talks about how the car is being transformed by, and is itself transforming, the Internet.
At the inaugural Techonomy conference, Microsoft chairman says a few areas of technology will enjoy exponential growth, but other segments will grow more slowly.
Speaking at the Techonomy conference, European Commissioner and former antitrust head Neelie Kroes says more work on privacy is needed to get digital laggards online.
When it comes to tackling tough problems, Gates says the U.S. political system is enough to make even an optimist like himself get down in the dumps.
Speaking at the Techonomy conference, the One Laptop Per Child founder says that kids getting laptops are teaching themselves--and then their parents--to read.
Speaking at the Techonomy conference, Shane Robison says that most of the company's printers will soon be Web-connected and promises lots of HP-designed and third-party apps to come.
The software icon and philanthropist said he is investing in software that can better show how diseases and other complex systems work.
In an interview, HP Labs head Prith Banerjee tells CNET that search could be a whole lot better if the devices and services could track your actions.
Researchers find the most influential Twitterers aren't the most prolific or most followed, but those whose tweets bounce across the Web like a rock skipping across a lake.