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Nissan plans to deliver autonomous driving technology commercially by 2016, after partnering with the NASA division that developed the Mars rover software and robots on the International Space Station.
Security news items for the week ending January 9, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
Originally introduced last June during the Google I/O conference, Cloud Trace helps app developers spot hiccups and performance issues by finding the traces for slow requests.
Google is running tests that could see it become a key player in future mobile networks operating in the 3.5GHz band.
Mozilla's switch to Yahoo search for Firefox appears to have put a dint in Google's share of US desktop search.
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The digital policy group representing giants such as Google, Yahoo7, Facebook, and eBay in Australia have slammed the Australian government's use of the Telecommunications Act to compel ISPs to block websites.
The latest Google Play Store operating systems results are in and after six weeks out Lollipop hasn't even reached 0.1 percent of users yet.
iOS is the default mobile choice for businesses, while Microsoft and Amazon Web Services are making gains as the preferred public cloud provider over Google, according to a new survey.
Owners of LG 2014 webOS TV models will not be able to upgrade to webOS 2.0, which will be made available as part of the company's 2015 TV line up.
Music lovers will be able cast their music from their mobile, tablet, or laptop directly to Cast-compatible speakers using Google Cast for audio.
Global Times, the outspoken government-backed newspaper, said in an editorial that internet users should accept the blocking of services in the country as there must be some new development or major concerns on safety issues.
[UPDATED 2X] A Google researcher found a privilege elevation bug in Windows. After 90 days he made it public. He gives no indication that he contacted Microsoft.
The giant online retailer had big holiday sales, and the Chromebook dominated other computers.
Google's e-mail service apparently is no longer accessible in China and fingers are pointing to the country's Great Firewall filtering system as the reason for the outage.
From productivity to email to operating systems to mobile to hardware, David Gewirtz is no longer actively using Microsoft products. He's not a Microsoft hater. The transition just happened organically as he adopted products that better served his needs.
Google says it's developing a talking smartwatch as the challenge for its Android Wear operating system for wearable devices. Plus, Google shows off a new feature for sports fans on Google Glass.
Nokia Lumia and Nexus smartphones have Qi wireless charging functionality and with the Mugenizer N11 you can simply place your phone on the battery pack and have it charged on the go.
After years of talk about the Linux desktop becoming important, it finally is. But thanks to Chromebooks and Android PCs, it's not the Linux desktop we expected.
The Chrome browser has evolved into a platform of its own, in large part due to the ability to add functionality through extensions. These are some of the most useful.
These tricks will help old and new Chromebook owners alike get more out of the laptops with Google's OS. There is also a bonus tip for connecting securely to work.
From super strength exoskeletons to massive neural networks, we have seen a bunch of awesome - and odd technology announcements this year.
Welcome to the official 2013 edition of our ZDNet DIY-IT Gift Guide. This year, in honor of 2013, we present to you 14 interesting and useful products that the DIY-ITer in your life will find particularly useful, fun, or cool.
Chromebooks make good gifts and these are the ones to look for.
And now, for your reading pleasure, the very worst from the tech world in 2013.
Let's look at some of the best Linux-based gadgets available this Black Friday.
I watch TV via the Internet every day. Here are my top device choices for cordcutters.
Google continues to roll out enhanced services for the iPhone, including Google Play All Access Music and improved voice-enabled Google Now.
The $69 Apple Wireless Keyboard is fantastic and with the Nimblstand you can extend that experience to your iPad, Nexus, Samsung, or other tablet.
LG continues to roll out excellent products and the G Pad 8.3 is an excellent Android tablet. The hardware if fantastic, the software is very capable, and the price is reasonable.
The Google Nexus 5 is now available running the latest version of Android. Unlimited home screen panels, integrated Quickoffice, and more are included.
All the Web content in the world is useless, if you can't find what you're looking for, right? ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das talks to senior editor Sam Diaz about new search services and features that aren't necessarily going toe to toe with Google, but may prove to be disrupters for the search giant.
ZDNet Senior Editor Sam Diaz talks about Research In Motion's recent praise from UBS analyst Jeffrey Fan and whether his notes are merited. Diaz believes the company's successful first-quarter was due to some special promotions and that the second quarter will be a better gauge of RIM's long-term health as competition in the smartphone market heats up.
The White House asked to use Google's moderator program for President Obama's town hall meeting, which garnered huge participation numbers. Vic Gundotra, vice president of engineering at Google, explains to Tim O'Reilly at the Web 2.0 Expo how people were able to not only ask questions, but to vote for the ones they most wanted to hear the president answer.
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Google VP of Engineering Vic Gundrota showed off the prototype of a new Web-based Gmail app that could one day be used on any smartphone. By using HTML 5 standards, he predicts, developers will no longer have to choose just one platform to write for. When the app is released, users will be able to archive and use their e-mail even when not online. Moderator: Tim O'Reilly, founder and CEO, O'Reilly Media
At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Palm Senior Vice President of Applications and Services Michael Abbott announced an early access program of the company's new developing platform, WebOS. The new platform will run apps natively on the device and enables greater integration with cloud applications like Google and Facebook. Abbott stressed that the company is looking for developer feedback and that the platform is evolving.
At the Green: Net '09 Conference in San Francisco, Jesse Berst, managing director of Global Smart Energy, breaks the smart grid down into three components: smart devices, two-way communication, and advanced control systems. He explains what each component adds but says it's not just about the components--it's also the value you can build on top of them.
ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das talks to Senior Editor Sam Diaz about the updates to Google's mapping application, Google Earth 5. While Google Earth Pro sells for a pricey $400, Google Earth is free and Diaz explains why the search giant is giving away the goods during cash-strapped times. Diaz also discusses the competition the application faces from Microsoft.
Silicon Valley is atwitter over what kind of CEO Yahoo needs to hire to replace the outgoing Jerry Yang. CNET's Kara Tsuboi hears opinions and analysis from some "armchair quarterbacks" over this crucial decision for the Internet giant.
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- 4 Google Voice: A step-by-step primer on ditching your landline while keeping your number
- 5 5 great things you can do with a Google Chromecast