Startup makes a touch- and force-sensitive surface that can transform itself into a piano or a painting canvas.
New software makes Web traffic that’s banned in places like China or Iran appear as ordinary Internet use.
Automated video and sound editing software can make any bumbling idiot into an extreme-sports movie star.
The startup Auro says its self-driving golf cart will lead to autonomous shuttles for theme parks, vacation resorts, and retirement communities.
A new kind of hard drive available next year will be able to move your data many times faster than the best today.
Requiring blinking LED license plates on drones could help the public and law enforcement keep them in line.
Startup Camio is drawing on neural networks to better identify who—or what—is outside your door.
Technology is now allowing artists to do something they’ve aspired to since the stone age: make their paintings move.
Startups like Doppler Labs are building earbuds that will let you turn down the volume on crying babies and pump up the bass on live music.
Investors see riches in a cryptography-enabled technology called smart contracts–but it could also offer much to criminals.