As Microsoft prepares to absorb Nokia’s handset business, a new research strategy emerges.
Smart watches risk becoming just another irritating gadget unless their makers learn to use AI and sensors to take advantage of the fact that they’re worn all day.
GPS readings in cities and indoors can be terrible. One startup has found a novel solution.
Clever apps might persuade people that they need a wrist-worn computer.
Twitter seeks to do better at inferring its users’ consumer and political preferences, gender, age, and more.
It used to be too dangerous to have a person work alongside a robot. But at a South Carolina BMW plant, next-generation robots are changing that.
A way to secure implanted devices requires anyone trying to reprogram your defibrillator to touch you first.
“More wiretapping is going on than people realize or even like to think about,” warned a 1980 article on surveillance.
Startups are using sound waves to let mobile gadgets transfer data quickly and efficiently.
Devices that can make wireless connections even without an onboard battery could spread computing power into everything you own.