Google CEO Eric Schmidt attends the sixth annual Clinton Global Initiative in New York
Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, attends the opening plenary session where he will speak during the sixth annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative on September 21, 2010 in New York. The Initiative brings together numerous current and former heads of state who make commitments to address global issues such as poverty, environment and social conditions. UPI /Monika Graff
A Chinese man who was abducted as a child about 23 years ago said he was able to find his family with the help of Google Maps.
Windows Phone devices have surpassed Blackberry for third place in smartphone shipments, U.S. market research firm IDC reported.
Eight members of Congress say they're concerned Google's wearable computer, Google Glass, could violate the privacy "of the average American."
Apple says an Ohio man has downloaded the 50 billionth app from the Apple Store and will receive a $10,000 App Store gift card.
U.S. tech giant Google launched a music streaming service Wednesday, moving into a market dominated by services like Pandora and Spotify.
Netflix video streaming accounts for almost a third of peak downstream traffic in North America, a manufacturer of broadband technology says.
Internet search giant Google has lost a case in a German court over allegations its autocomplete function adds libelous words to search requests.
An online "game" could engage citizen scientists to help improve knowledge of the sources of greenhouse gases, Arizona State University scientists say.
Dismal sales of the first smartphone to ship with Facebook Home pre-installed have led AT&T to discontinue selling the phone, a tech website has reported.
Facebook may be ready to spend $1 billion to acquire Waze, an Israeli company that offers a socially driven GPS app for drivers, tech-watching sites said.