Billions of people could get online for the first time thanks to helium balloons that Google will soon send over many places cell towers don’t reach. Availability: 1-2 years
A simple wireless technology promises to make driving much safer.Availability: 1-2 years
A nonprofit experiments with using digital currency to give poor teenagers their first experience of financial services.
As the Apple Watch casts a shadow across the smart-watch market, Pebble preps a wrist-worn gadget with a color e-paper display.
Startup aims to give mobile devices the power to display full-color holographic images and video.
Software upgrades that can change the circuitry of the silicon chips inside computing devices could make them more powerful.
A simple but powerful app offers a “Do” button that can bend Internet services and gadgets to your will.
“Open Internet” rules are on the verge of being approved in the U.S., but crucial details remain unclear.
Touch feedback that’s more nuanced than a simple buzz could make virtual reality more real and cars safer.
Google’s artificial intelligence researchers say software that learns to play video games could graduate to the real world before long.
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