Google faced a mix of praise and criticism from people who have invested time and money to test the company's Glass wearable device, after the search giant announced it is ending production of the units.
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Google's modular smartphone effort, known as Project Ara, is inching closer to getting actual products in the hands of consumers, with a pilot launch in Puerto Rico scheduled for the second half of 2015.
Another free Wi-Fi network is getting decommissioned, this time in East Palo Alto and the Belle Haven neighborhood of Menlo Park, Calif., according to Palo Alto Online.
The NCTA has told the FCC that Google doesn't need help from Title II enactment in order to have access to infrastructure controlled by utilities.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said a new Internet of Things (IoT) platform unveiled by the company this week will begin boosting its top-line earnings in the medium term, as the Canada-based company continues to diversify in a bid to return to profitability.
Web giant Google announced this week that 30 major media companies, among them CBS Interactive, Fox News, Scripps Networks and Discovery Communications, and 20 brand advertisers have signed on to its premium online video advertising service, Google Partner Select.
LAS VEGAS--A top executive from General Motors said the company is working to remain open to a variety of connected car services, including those from smartphone vendors like Apple and Google. The comments are notable in light of reports that Google is working to develop a version of Android that would be built directly into automobiles.
After its petition to the FCC asking for clarification on Wi-Fi management rules triggered a slew of opposition from the likes of Google, Microsoft and others, Marriott International released a statement designed to clarify its position.
Google Fiber wrote in an FCC filing that if the FCC proceeds with reclassifying broadband providers under Title II of the Telecom Act, it could enable it to more readily gain access to utility poles and related infrastructure like ducts owned by electric and gas utility companies.