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Members of a Congressional caucus want Google to explain how it will protect privacy with the introduction of Google Glass.
A report cautioned that government wiretapping of the Internet could pose “serious security risks” to users.
Foxconn Technology has made progress toward better safety conditions, but employees are still working longer than Chinese law allows.
The company is scheduled to go to trial in June over the Justice Department’s accusation that it conspired with five publishing houses to fix prices on electronic books.
Google announced seven new apps for its Internet-connected glasses, including ones from Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, CNN, Elle and Evernote.
Agency reaches out to vendors for technology concepts that could help soldiers react to situations without getting too close to danger
New service integrates Google Wallet with Gmail but isn't widely available yet
Google and NASA are forming a joint research lab to look at quantum computing for things like facial recognition and understanding of disease.
GAO recommends stepped up oversight and an extended deadline to meet OMB's objectives
U.K. needs to plow the valuable public-sector data it collects back into better services and drive economic growth, says study commissioned by the British government
At Google I/O, Google arrived late to the music party and did not have enough to say about vertical industries and mobile commerce
X-ray-based imaging system uses computer modeling to create virtual versions of ancient scrolls, allowing researchers access to never-before-seen historical documents
Google adds features and power to Cloud Platform, says it won't race Amazon to the bottom on price
European hardware maker unveils two new devices to support companies' need for powerful, multimedia-capable terminals
Companies are too afraid of risk, among other factors, according to Accenture