Robots are starting to collaborate with human workers in factories, offering greater efficiency and flexibility.
Researchers say “pocketsourcing” could let you find parking spots easily, without requiring cities to add spot sensors.
Analyzing the network of passes between soccer players reveals that one of the world’s most successful teams plays an entirely different type of football to every other soccer team on the planet.
Your next laptop or tablet may have 3-D sensors that let it recognize gestures or augment a real scene with virtual characters.
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Apple’s first smart watch seems like the best of its kind so far, but the user experience is still a little unclear.
A startup called Cloverpop wants to help you make life’s pivotal decisions.
Machines are now almost as good as humans at object recognition, and the turning point occurred in 2012, say computer scientists.
The latest in autonomous farming is a robot that weaves between corn stalks, applying fertilizer as it goes.
Datacoup will pay for your online data, then use it to provide insights on consumer behavior.