Google I/O Conference 2015

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)

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Google Takes Maps Offline

Going after "the next billion users," the company adds both search and turn-by-turn directions to the much-used app's offline mode

Stuck in Cannes

At the opulent French festival, old Hollywood faces the rise of streaming films

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The $200 Nvidia Shield Is Taking on the PS4 and Xbox One

There's no doubt that Nvidia's first foray into the home console business is ambitious. The company, already a known quantity in video games thanks to its high-end computer graphics chips, is trying to break into the living room with a technology no one has quite gotten right yet: cloud gaming, which allows players to stream games almost instantly over the Internet. Bloomberg's Ian King tests out Nvidia's Shield to see if it works. (Video By: Jeniece Pettitt) (Source: Bloomberg)

Google Announces New Feature 'Now on Tap'

Aparna Chennapragada, director at Google, announces a contextual notification service called Now on Tap at the Google Developers Conference in San Francisco. (Source: Bloomberg)

Key Announcements From Google's Developers Conference

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)

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)

Hack the Planet

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

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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