Depending on who you ask Google Glass has either graduated to be its own unit or failed. In either case, Google Glass was one interesting experiment. Here's a look at the lessons learned.
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As businesses look beyond BlackBerry for smartphone security, Samsung and Google step up to the plate. Knox integration is coming in Android L.
Google has at least 12,000 de-linking requests to assess following the launch of its "right to be forgotten" form last week.
Europeans will now be able to ask Google remove search results that contain links to irrelevant information.
Google has confirmed it has purchased the assets of Green Throttle, lending speculation that the tech giant is planning to launch its own set-top box.
Apple iPhone release, BlackBerry woes, carriers still restrict Google Wallet (MobileTechRoundup show #306)
Apple's iPhone 5s and 5c appeared in stores this week, BlackBerry showed off a new device and then halted stock trading, and Google Wallet launched on Android and the iPhone with limited NFC support.
The days of talking about cloud-based collaboration are over - it's here and it's happening now. But IT and business leaders need to be sensible and remember it's still early days. Here are five questions you need to ask from the outset when choosing between Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Business.
HTC and Samsung released Google Play Editions of the One and S4, but they are not Nexus devices. BlackBerry released their Q1 2013 results and they are not as good as hoped.
With the exception of Google, Microsoft, BlackBerry and Apple had to take a stab at a redesign for various reasons. The risk of doing nothing was too great.
Rumours abound that HTC is thinking about releasing a stock Android version of the HTC One — but would this be the best decision?
Google I/O was held last week and while no new hardware was announced, we did see many service launches and improvements that make Google a compelling choice.
There's no end in sight to the Google-Apple duopoly in the smartphone market, but Microsoft's Windows Phone software has taken third place, overtaking BlackBerry, thanks to Nokia's help.
Smartphone makers are looking to voice control and personal assistants to make their hardware stand-out. But are all voice control systems created equally?
Paid apps, in-app purchases and subscriptions help boost revenue growth among top four global app stores operated by Apple, Google, Microsoft and BlackBerry, to US$2.2 billion in the first quarter of 2013.
Google bands together with BlackBerry and Red Hat as it continues its offensive to defend itself against patent suits.
There may not yet be an official Instagram app, but the Android one works quite well on the BlackBerry Z10.
Once ruling supreme, BlackBerry now has to seriously compete against the two largest smartphone providers in the world within the Pentagon.
"Hyperscale" companies such as Facebook, Google, and Microsoft may ask for disaggregated servers to gain economies of scale, but the wider enterprise market will still go for integrated servers when a refresh is due.
Jason Perlow and Veeam's Rick Vanover discuss the merits of Apple iOS, Google Android, Microsoft Windows Phone and RIM BlackBerry 10.
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Fuhu Inc., the Los Angeles startup behind the $199 Nabi childrens' tablet with Google Nexus guts, is suing former partner Toys "R" Us, which plans to launch its own competing Tabeo tablet next month.
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