Planned regulations would govern the openness of the Internet, no matter if you’re surfing the Web on a laptop or a smartphone.
Thousands of people will have their personal files held hostage this year, by software that uses virtually unbreakable encryption.
Software that understands what it sees in video could lead to new forms of advertising, or make video editing easier.
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An Obama initiative seeks to channel a torrent of gene information into treatments for cancer, other diseases.
Capital and engineering talent have been flocking to seemingly trivial mobile apps. But would we really be better off if more startups instead went directly after big problems?
Monitoring the usual behavior of Internet-connected devices could make it possible to detect malicious activity.
An experimental browser shows how peer-to-peer technology can serve up entire websites, not just individual files.
New micro-satellite technology is enabling satellite Internet services that could reach billions of new users.