You have to give Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt some credit -- he's not afraid to respond to tough questions directly.
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It's been seven years since Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey sent his first tweet (back when it was called Twttr).
Google has its sights set directly on the popular note-taking app Evernote with today's launch of Google Keep, its very own note service.
The myth of the "average shopper" is dead, according to New York City customer analytics startup Custora.
A spate of computer failures at South Korean banks and television networks this morning is being blamed on a computer virus.
Android owners now have one less excuse against getting healthy.
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It doesn't matter how great your phone is if you can't actually get it built.
A Samsung vice president has made it clear that the company is developing an upcoming watch product, which will likely compete with Apple's heavily rumored "iWatch" smart watch.
When it comes to managing online ad campaigns, we could all use a hand -- especially small businesses.
Our modern smartphone screens are great for many things -- browsing the web, taking photos, etc. -- but they're useless when it comes to traditional barcode scanners.
The latest cheap iPhone rumor makes a lot more sense than the last round.
Have an adult-themed startup idea? Cindy Gallop, the outspoken founder of Make Love Not Porn, wants your number.
I'll admit, I'm no fan of big phones. But with the Galaxy S IV, which Samsung announced tonight in New York City, the company shows you can make a large screen fit into a surprisingly thin and light device.
Editor's Pick Samsung officially unveiled the phone tonight at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, following plenty of leaked photos and videos.
We're only a few hours away from the second-biggest phone launch of the year.
Whatever surprises Samsung had in store for the launch of the Galaxy S IV later today have likely been spoiled by this latest round of leaked pictures and videos.
The latest Kickstarter darling comes from an unlikely source: teen television.
How is a startup that's been around for 16 years going to reinvent the IPTV market in North America?
Andy Rubin will no longer be leading the charge for Android at Google, the company announced today.