It's easy to imagine that our whiz-bang gadgets have made us more productive than ever. But what if that's simply not the case?
Google promised that Android would be open source ...
At the TEDGlobal Conference, Imogen Heap debuts futuristic gloves that let her compose, arrange, and perform music on the fly.
When Toyota, Fiat, and Cadillac decide the old-fashioned, noninteractive car window isn't good enough.
New York film festival celebrates movies about every aspect of robotics.
Nimbleness be damned! You wouldn't think you could pack this much screen space into a single laptop. But you can.
Ironic that the digital keyboard is so cumbersome to the digits, no? IBM has an idea to fix that—and it involves "anatomical profiling."
British researchers are using a million ARM processing cores to simulate the human brain—or 1 percent of it, at least.
How eyeglasses equipped with cameras, LED lights, and a smart-phone-sized processor could help the blind to see.
Tired of waiting in traffic? The EU thinks the solution might be "personal aerial vehicles."