How green is Google when it helps fundraise for a senator who believes climate change is a hoax?
Thanks to Eric Shcmidt, we finally have our best look yet at how Motorola’s upcoming Moto X will look.
Chomsky makes at least one pretty significant mistake, however. He said that Google Glass has a camera and a recorder, “which means that everything that’s going on around you goes up on the Internet.”
“What we are doing is legal. I’m rather perplexed by this debate, which has been going in the UK for some time, because I view taxes as not optional,” the former Google CEO and current chairman said today.
Of course, he is 57 years old, was born in the 1950s, and was the CEO of a boring enterprise software company, Novell, before joining the much more au courant Google. But still, he’s right.
What would a lengthy conversation between Google’s chairman and Wikileak’s controversial head honcho reveal?
Facebook Home replaces some of the Android experience with social networking. But outspoken Google chairman Eric Schmidt said today at the Dive into Mobile conference that he doesn’t view Android iterations like Facebook Home or Amazon’s KindleOS negatively.
You have to give Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt some credit — he’s not afraid to respond to tough questions directly.
In an article in the Times of India, the Google chairman said India must choose between “an open internet that benefits all or a highly regulated one that inhibits innovation.”
Editor’s Pick Fifty tech companies, including Microsoft, Apple, and Google, are avoiding paying $225 billion in taxes by sheltering their assets overseas, according to a new report in the Bay Citizen. Is this “capitalism” in the words of Google’s Eric Schmidt, or does it hurt ordinary Americans?
While Google Chairman Eric Schmidt was criticized for his visit to North Korea last month, it appears that at least some good came out of it.
Google head honchos submitted a proposal to build a facility for private and corporate planes at Mineta San Jose International Airport.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt attracted headlines recently for visiting North Korea, but he had been shy to talk about it. Today he finally opened up about the trip in a carefully worded Google+ post. His daughter had some interesting things to say too.
Apple is one of a list of companies accused of agreeing not to recruit each other’s employees.
A lot of things were said in 2012, but few of them were as funny, interesting, or profound as the quotes from these tech luminaries.
China is taking steps to abolish online anonymity by passing a law which requires citizens to identify themselves when signing up for internet and telecommunications services.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt pushed forward the prospects of the Google Fiber high-speed internet project and said today that Google is trying to determine where Google Fiber will go next.
Refreshing honesty from an executive, or hubris?
Eric Schmidt seems perplexed by some of Apple’s recent decisions, like the recent patent lawsuits against Android partners, and Apple’s sudden removal of Google’s YouTube app from iOS devices.
Editor’s Pick Peek.com launches to help travelers find and book the best experiences
How long will it be until Google Maps comes back to iOS? Google Chairman Eric Schmidt is staying quiet on an answer.
BiNu is a platform that brings smartphone app services to feature phones, a.k.a. “dumb” phones, reviled by the technorati but still widely used around the globe, and it has just taken $2 million from TomorrowVentures, the funding vehicle of Google’s Eric Schmidt.
If you haven’t yet read Foreign Policy’s post in which Josh Rogin interviews Google chairman Eric Schmidt on the great firewall of China, go read it already. It’s a smart post about a smart business leader, and I agree with most of what Schmidt has to say.
Quixey is an app discovery engine with a problem, and it’s not just the odd name.
Following a few days of excited build-up, Planetary Resources, a new space startup backed by heavy hitters including Larry Page and James Cameron, officially announced its plans to mine asteroids near Earth. At the Tuesday morning event, which took place at the packed Space Gallery in the Museum of Flight in Seattle, the company said it would launch phase one of its mission within two years and use the next decade just to identify resource-rich asteroids.
Just what the heck is Planetary Resources? Set to debut next Tuesday, the new company will “overlay two critical sectors — space exploration and natural resources,” according to a media alert from yesterday.
Guest Post Google’s new Search plus Your World product, announced yesterday, is making a lot of waves. The new search puts content shared by your friends in the Google+ social network higher up in search results than other content — a move that’s raised antitrust concerns.
That Google is developing its own Nexus Android tablet isn’t much of a surprise — Google chairman Eric Schmidt strongly hinted at it weeks ago — but can the company make it significantly cheaper than Amazon’s $199 Kindle Fire? I don’t think so.
Fledgling social network Google+ had its best traffic month ever in December, with more than 49 million U.S. visits, a sign that the company’s bet on social is slowing paying off.
Mobile app developers are choosing to develop apps for the Apple iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) over Google’s Android mobile operating system, according to a new report by analytics firm Flurry.