The idea of covering almost 100 miles in 12 minutes is tantalizing, but engineering and economics are realities that can’t be ignored.
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As competitive video gaming soars in popularity, companies are looking to to capitalize.
Hair-care company Living Proof explains how it uses biotech to develop its products.
Twenty years ago, Brian Behlendorf helped kick-start the Web—now he’s betting the technology behind Bitcoin can make the world fairer.
Travelers with African-American-sounding names suffer longer waits and more cancellations than their white-sounding counterparts.
The Silicon Valley food fad may have a dark, upset underbelly—but its makers don’t know why.
A pair of events this week suggest one company is charging ahead, while the other is stuck in a product rut.
With the quiet launch of Uber Freight, the ride-sharing giant takes aim at disrupting the massive industry of hauling stuff by 18-wheeler.
What really worries him is that we don’t have enough artificial intelligence yet.