An app called Audio Aware lets the hard of hearing and the distracted know when danger approaches.
With the devices business gone, Nokia’s CTO says he’ll try to capitalize on innovations in sensors, materials, and cloud software.
Judged by one (admittedly imperfect) metric, Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition wasn’t as outrageous as it might appear.
Serious games are becoming increasingly popular, but the inability to generate realistic new content has hampered their progress. Until now.
With a heavy emphasis on encryption and strong controls over all data from your phone, Blackphone launches amid intense interest at Mobile World Congress.
Small base stations could achieve huge data capacity increases using Intel’s modular antenna arrays.
Augmented reality hasn’t yet lived up to its promise, but it could catch on in situations where it makes employees more efficient.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
The new science of cities shows that suicide may be a more complex social phenomenon than previously thought, say computational anthropologists.
Startup Quanttus is developing a device that monitors heart rate, respiration, and blood pressure from your wrist.