Impressive progress hides major limitations of Google’s quest for automated driving.
A novel optical technique could overlay virtual imagery on the real world through a compact pair of glasses.
Automation makes things easier, whether it’s on the factory floor or online. Is it also eroding too many of the valuable skills that define us as people?
Batteries for smart watches and other wearables never last long – a new design of microchip could change that.
Startup Vizera makes a projector that adds realistic-looking surfaces to actual objects, making for a new kind of shopping experience.
Despite the outcry over government and corporate snooping, some people allow themselves to be monitored for money or rewards.
Enlitic wants to make medicine smarter and faster with machine learning.
A novel way of powering implanted devices could enable new ways to control appetite, regulate insulin, and treat brain injuries.
Microsoft’s failed efforts to resist a U.S. warrant for data stored in Ireland show how American law enforcement policies conflict with foreign privacy laws.
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