If you have a question, you can ask Google or Bing or any number of online databases. Now robots have their own knowledge database
For encryption to be widely used, it must be built into attractive, easy-to-use apps like those people already rely on.
Researchers say they’ve come up with an accurate, simple way to monitor breathing while you sleep, no wearables required.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
UCLA scholars will analyze raw video and audio feeds to glean insights into effective policing.
An app called MeshMe lets you communicate without a cellular or Wi-Fi connection, providing enough other users are close by.
Shanley Kane challenges the assumptions and practices of the tech industry.
Hewlett-Packard’s ambitious plan to reinvent computing will begin with the release of a prototype operating system next year.
Antivirus companies had tracked the sophisticated—and likely U.S.-backed—Regin malware for years. But they kept what they learned to themselves.
A computer mouse that wraps around your finger is nice for a while, but it’s much too awkward.