Author Sarah Lewis discusses some counterintuitive pathways to breakthroughs.
The Roomba maker is working on technology that could enable robots to help with more household chores.
Conductr wants to help developers make apps that will spread out across multiple devices, taking advantage of all your display real estate.
It’s only a matter of time before more cyberweapons emerge, says the founder of the Moscow-based computer security firm Kaspersky.
Home automation systems and networking equipment vulnerable to a major encryption flaw are unlikely to be fixed.
Cryptography could enforce limits on data collected for surveillance data while still permitting agencies to do their jobs, argues a Microsoft researcher.
Google believes open hardware innovation could help it find industries and markets for its software and services.
Emu mines your conversations and smartphone sensors to add helpful details to messages.
Efforts to build robot hands and humanoids more cheaply could make them affordable enough for businesses and even homes.
Microsoft’s new personal assistant includes features found in Apple and Google’s own virtual helpers.