Google's searches add an extra layer of creepy by letting you listen back to exactly what you said -- and how you said it.
IT workers and developers working in the Google cloud have a handful of new tools and functions to check out this week.
Frustrated with your carrier's limited voicemail services? You can have your phone's native number plus all the wonderful power of Google Voice's voicemail. David Gewirtz shows you how.
Government wants to trial self-driving public transport in 2016, but with maintenance oversight the cause of a system malfunction earlier this year, it will need to get the basics right before seeking public trust in its use of advanced technology.
Developers and tech-savvy mobile enthusiasts can get Android 6.0 on their Xperia phones and tablets thanks to Sony's efforts.
Nearly 5,000 routers are affected by the flaw redirect browsing data to a malicious address.
The latest preview release of Windows 10 includes the first glimpse of a new feature designed to eliminate one specific activation headache. When this change rolls out to the general public next month, you'll be able to use your Windows 7 or 8.1 product key to complete a Windows 10 upgrade. (Update: confirmed with lab tests.]
The Satellite Radius 15 has a flexible-mode 15.6-inch screen that will be too reflective for many potential buyers. Moderate battery life doesn't help either, although the keyboard is excellent.
The new iMac boasts a display capable of showing nearly 10 million pixels while the accessories are now rechargeable thanks to the Lightning port.
SAP launches Cloud for Analytics in a bid to be the layer that analyzes data stored around the enterprise.