A computer mouse that wraps around your finger is nice for a while, but it’s much too awkward.
A startup called Gyroscope wants to build you a personal website that’s automatically updated with your own data.
The man behind a startup acquired by Google for $628 million plans to build a revolutionary new artificial intelligence.
Years after his death, the former Apple CEO still wins patents.
Startup Keyssa wants to replace cords and connectors with speedy wireless transfer technology.
Even though Google’s head-worn computer is going nowhere, the technology is sure to march on.
A circuit that lets a radio send and receive data simultaneously over the same frequency could supercharge wireless data transfer.
Slack wants to be an open, searchable home for all your work communication.
Brokerage giant Fidelity gives a glimpse of how virtual reality might be used beyond gaming.
Experimental Google software that can describe a complex scene could lead to better image search or apps to help the visually impaired.