Sharon Gaudin

Senior Reporter

Sharon Gaudin covers the Internet, social media, cloud computing and emerging technologies for Computerworld.

Facebook begins aiming ads at non-users

Wayfair takes augmented reality, Project Tango to the enterprise

Wayfair takes augmented reality, Project Tango to the enterprise

Wayfair Inc., an e-commerce company that sells home furnishings, is working on an app based on Google's Project Tango technology that would put augmented reality squarely in the enterprise.

Google says welcome to the Cloud 2.0

Google says welcome to the Cloud 2.0

Enterprises' initial entrance into the cloud is over and they are witnessing the arrival of the Cloud 2.0. That's the word from Diane Greene, senior vice president for Google's cloud businesses.

Google goes after the enterprise, but at I/O, proof is MIA

Google goes after the enterprise, but at I/O, proof is MIA

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.

Google Daydreams about VR, and enterprises take note

Google Daydreams about VR, and enterprises take note

Google took the wraps off its virtual reality strategy at its I/O developer conference and gave enterprises a look at what could be their next marketing or training tool.

Google gives I/O attendees a close-up of driverless car (but no rides)

Google gives I/O attendees a close-up of driverless car (but no rides)

In the middle of its annual developer conference, Google let attendees get a closer-than-usual look at the company's autonomous car.

Google dives into the future with a focus on A.I.

Google dives into the future with a focus on A.I.

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 gets smart with Google Assistant and Google Home

Google gets smart with Google Assistant and Google Home

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 takes the wraps off Allo and Duo

Google takes the wraps off Allo and Duo

Google announced two new communications apps, Allo and Duo, at Google I/O, the company’s 10th annual developer conference.

Google I/O: Expect A.I., virtual reality

Google I/O: Expect A.I., virtual reality

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.

DARPA demos mind-controlled robotic arm

DARPA demos mind-controlled robotic arm

The U.S. military has developed a mind-controlled prosthetic arm that is surgically implanted into the user's body.

Facebook: We do not discriminate

Facebook: We do not discriminate

After a brouhaha arose this week over allegations that Facebook was suppressing conservative issues on the social network, CEO Mark Zuckerberg invited conservative politicians to discuss the issue with him.

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