Are companies ready for billions of everyday objects to join the Internet?
Leading AI researcher Andrew Ng, previously associated with Google, will lead a new effort by China’s Baidu to create software that understands the world.
A movable smart-watch screen makes it easier to read a map or play a game.
Other big Chinese e-commerce companies, including JD.com, merge social networking, payments, and mobile.
OMsignal’s version of wearable tech is a T-shirt with knitted electrodes to sense your heart and breathing rates.
A new haptic sculpting tool heralds a coming boom in 3-D modeling and manipulation.
Some VCs say the FCC’s latest net neutrality proposal will raise costs for startups that need fast connections or use a lot of bandwidth.
An app that tries to anticipate the information needs of office workers is a test of how Microsoft might operate under Satya Nadella.
Tiny hardware imperfections in smartphone and tablet accelerometers lead to unique “fingerprints” within the data they produce, researchers find.
OpenSSL, which the Internet depends upon, has a single full-time employee dedicated to keeping the software secure. Other projects are similarly understaffed.