Still no cure for Google
Google boffins have been telling the American Association for Cancer Research's annual meeting, that they have come up with a prototype of an augmented reality microscope that could be used to help physicians diagnose cancer patients.
The one after PH-1
Andy Rubin’s unicorn startup, the one that carriers the Essential name, has promised a better camera for the successor to the PH-1.
Help us, John Giannandrea, you are our only hope
Fruity cargo cult Apple has head hunted Google's chief of search and artificial intelligence John Giannandrea in a desperate bid to catch up with its rivals on AI.
Part of an Indian push
Google is developing a new mid-range Pixel smartphone which might be part of a cunning plan to push into India.
Best not to rule it out
The European Union holds “grave suspicions” about the dominance of internet giant Google and has not ruled out breaking it up, according to the EU’s antitrust chief.
Opinion Buzz words and the facts
Manufacturers - or vendors as I prefer to call them - have touted artificial intelligence (AI) almost since the beginning of the dawn of the computer. Which was 70 or 80 years ago, depending on how you're counting things.
Evil contract terms
France will take Google and Apple to court over contractual terms imposed by the tech giants on startups and developers.
Amazon more trusted
Apple and Google corporate brands dropped in an annual survey while Amazon.com Inc maintained the top spot for the third consecutive year.
VR-optimised OLED panel capable of 20 megapixels per eye
Google is working with Sharp on developing LCDs capable of VR performance normally associated with OLED and wants to commercialise panels capable of 20 megapixels per eye.