Google's weird browser-only operating system is surprisingly capable--but the just-announced Chromebook Pixel is the complete opposite of what a next-gen Chromebook should be.
Skip the family vacation -- you can see more of the national park from your laptop.
Yes, that sounds confusing. But really, it's just a new way to search for people or information about people, using Facebook's massive stock of data.
Go anywhere Google Street View goes.
"He now praises the iPad."
PopSci predicts the top news stories of the next year.
The futurist and inventor famous for his predictions on the technological singularity will be Google's new chief of turning the theoretical future into consumer products.
iPhone owners: let's raise our glasses to Apple Maps, which has, indirectly, given us a better iPhone. And then let's get rid of it.
Well, it's mid-December, so it's time to get all misty about the past year. Which means it's time to watch "Gangnam Style" again.
Aerial surveillance, radio tagging and ranger patrols aim to fight poaching in Asia and Africa.
It's probably the best smartphone on the market, period.
It's like the trippy parts of A Space Odyssey for Google Chrome, basically.
The small company put millions into locking down more than 300 new-suffix domains like .movie and .buy. Cue messy legal squabble.
East Coast: Hurricane. West Coast: A whole bunch of new gadgets, including a new Nexus tablet and smartphone. Enjoy it, you dirty Californians.
Including a pepper-spraying iPhone, an illustrated guide to eating a Triceratops, and more