Google I/O Conference 2015

Google Announces Android M, Pay, HBO Now for Play

Google executives are taking the stage this week to talk about a plethora of new technologies, including automobiles, home automation, digital TV, Web-connected devices and a new version of Android. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson reports on “Market Makers.” (Source: Bloomberg)

GM to Offer Cars that Link to Carplay, Android Auto

GM is jumping on the connected car bandwagon. The automaker has announced plans for its latest model Chevy to come complete with a voice-activated infotainment system. Bloomberg’s Craig Trudell reports on “Trending Business.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Technology Video

How Strong Is Jawbone's Case Against Fitbit?

Fitbit, on the verge of its initial public offering, was accused by Jawbone of “systematically plundering” employees and critical trade secrets from the rival maker of wearable devices. Much Shelist P.C. Head of Labor and Employment Sheryl Jaffee Halpern speaks With Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)

What Driving Semiconductor Deals?

Bloomberg Intelligence's Anand Srinivasan and Bloomberg's Jeff McCracken report on mergers and acquisitions in the semiconductor industry. They speak on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Amazon Seeks Robots With Human Grasp From Students

Amazon.com Inc. attracted teams from 31 universities for its first "Amazon Picking Challenge" at the International Conference of Robotics and Automation in Seattle. Each team’s robot tried to pick up a shopping list of items of varying shapes and sizes off of shelves and place them in a bin. Amazon's Kelly Cheeseman and Rutgers University’s Alberto De Souza spoke at the event on Wednesday. (Source: Bloomberg)

Google I/O: What to Expect This Year?

Google executives are taking the stage this week to talk about a plethora of new technologies, including automobiles, home automation, digital TV, Web-connected devices and a new version of Android. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson reports on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Hack the Planet

Everything is connected, and here's why that's a bad thing

Hack Stats

80%

How many of the 100 biggest law firms have had some sort of breach, according to Peter Tyrrell, the chief operating officer of Digital Guardian