Some users and industry analysts attending Google I/O this week said they didn't see evidence of a business focus at the developer conference.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
With much of what Google announced during the first day of its I/O developer conference focused on helping users answer questions before they even think of them, artificial intelligence is proving critical for the company's strategy.
Google is launching a smart personal assistant that uses artificial intelligence and search that does more than just answer questions; It lets them control their devices, too.
Google announced two new communications apps, Allo and Duo, at Google I/O, the company’s 10th annual developer conference.
Virtual reality and artificial intelligence -- as well as cars, drones and other self-driving gizmos -- are expected to get big play at this week's Google I/O developer's conference.
U.S. Senator wants to know who is ultimately responsible for approving Facebook's top trending topics and whether news curators excluded stories related to conservative views.
Stitch Fix, an online subscription and apparel shopping service, uses A.I. and a team of about 60 data scientists to help stylists serve customers.
IBM Research is making its quantum processor available to the public via IBM's cloud to any desktop or mobile device.
With all the positive news that came out of Facebook's earnings call, the social networking giant has hit the zone.
Twitter is a company doing really cool things, but it continues to disappoint investors.
Longer-term projects like driverless cars, wearables and connectivity balloons carry hefty tab; the very-profitable company makes its money from Android, search and other 'core' tech.
Analysts expect Intel to increase its investment in private cloud tech -- areas in which it already has strength.
The conference's change of location has had many speculating on why Google would switch to an outdoor site. Could the company be preparing to show off its autonomous cars or robotics?
YouTube announced today that it is launching live streaming of 360-degree videos.
Facebook announced last week that businesses will be able to use chatbots in its popular Messenger app. Two companies, The Muppets Studio and theScore, have high hopes for chatbots in interacting with fans.
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