Google rules more than just the Internet. It’s come out with Google Glass, and recently unveiled driverless, electric cars. Now Google is working on a smart lens for diabetics.
Google will build a car without a steering wheel with hopes of having 100 prototypes on public roads in a year.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
A Denver roofing company wanted to boost its online profile, but used doctored reviews to do it.
The U.S. government needs to re-examine how far it can legally go in its search for terrorists, Colorado Sen. Mark Udall said following media accounts of the Obama administration’s collection of telephone data and Internet communications.
A top-secret arm of the controversial Stellar Wind program set up in the wake of 9/11 is allowing the National Security Agency and the FBI to tap directly into the central servers of nine major Internet companies to extract audio, video, photos, emails and documents that let analysts track an individual’s communication, CBS News has learned.
Colorado’s tourism leaders want to better use social media to boost the state’s second-largest industry. They’re using the Mountain Travel Symposium to discover new technology and ideas to accomplish that goal.
Colorado lawmakers are debating a change in state law that would allow cars without drivers on roads.
Graph Search is a new way to search within the site and your connections. Unlike Google, with Facebook you can hunt for things more naturally by narrowing down different fields.
Social media is more important than ever and Republicans are using a lot of it to get their message out now that TV networks have scaled back their coverage of the Republican National Convention.