PARC’s technique of mincing chips into printer ink could revolutionize the way electronics are made.
In-car applications and wireless connectivity are a boon to hackers who take aim at cars.
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A chip that uses a million digital neurons and 256 million synapses may signal the beginning of a new era of more intelligent computers.
Footage of people unlocking their phones can be used to steal mobile passcodes even if the typing can’t be seen.
A system designed to let carriers remotely install software on phones, or change their settings without a user noticing, is open to abuse.
Images sent back from space probe bring a historic comet mission into clear focus.
A heads-up display could be safer than glancing at your smartphone while driving—but some features may be more distracting than others.
The Amazon Fire Phone tries hard to impress but often ends up just being annoying.
Researchers at IBM are testing a version of Watson designed to listen and contribute to business meetings.