Stories by Sharon Gaudin

Google tries to reset Glass embarrassment with cooler wearable

Is it too late for Google Glass to become the big hit that people are excited to be seen wearing and will use in their everyday lives, taking video of their work projects and vacation adventures?

Facebook takes on the enterprise with new social network

Facebook, the world's largest social network, is making its first move into the enterprise.

Suspected computer glitch forces astronauts to evacuate part of space station

The astronauts living onboard the International Space Station are safe after evacuating part of the station when they awoke to an alarm going off this morning.

GM says its open to talks with Google, working on self-driving tech

General Motors Co., which already is working on autonomy technology, is willing to talk with Google about getting self-driving cars on the road.

Verizon gets 'black eye' in long cloud shutdown

The Verizon Cloud platform is up and running again after a 40-hour shutdown over the weekend for a planned upgrade.

SpaceX docks with space station

The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft has successfully rendezvoused and docked with the International Space Station.

NASA's wild plan to bring Martian rocks to Earth

NASA has a wild idea for a mission that will require a robotic tag-team effort, a rocket lifting off from the surface of Mars and a spacecraft that will scoop up Martian rocks orbiting the Red Planet.

NASA, SpaceX ready Dragon spacecraft for Saturday launch

NASA and SpaceX are preparing the Dragon spacecraft, loaded with more than 5,100 pounds of cargo, for a resupply mission to the International Space Station.

How to prepare for Verizon's 2-day cloud shutdown

With some of Verizon's enterprise customers about to lose their cloud service for up to two days, now is the time for them to prepare for the extended downtime.

NASA readies long-distance fix for rover's 'amnesia'

NASA engineers are planning to send a software fix to a rover that has been working on Mars for nearly 11 years longer than expected.

Verizon warns enterprise cloud users of 48-hour shutdown

Verizon is warning users of its new cloud service to brace for a two-day outage late this week.

Stanford launches 100-year study of artificial intelligence

What will intelligent machines mean for society and the economy in 30, 50 or even 100 years from now?

Santa (well, Santa Tracker) helps Google test its dev tools

As the time for St. Nick's big ride quickly approaches, kids of all ages can track his progress delivering presents around the world with Google's Santa Tracker website and app.

Twitter stock jumps on report that CEO is on way out

After reporting slowing growth and getting passed by Instagram in number of users, Twitter's stock price jumped Tuesday on speculation that CEO Dick Costolo might be leaving the company.

Google looks for partners as it unveils autonomous car prototype

After more than two and a half years, Google is still looking for partners in the auto industry to help it build self-driving cars.