Microsoft's new CEO, Satya Nadella, will work with Bill Gates to define new products.
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Two companies acquired by Google demonstrate remarkable feats of agility and dexterity (albeit slowly) at a competition held in Florida.
A Ford prototype and a Volvo user study show how carefully automated driving will be commercialized.
Forget robotic product delivery. I suspect that as usual for Google, it’s all about the data.
The way humans assist Twitter’s search and advertising algorithms shows that machines still need a helping hand in some important areas.
The speculation about driverless cars took a few questionable turns this week.
What was it like to use a wearable computer back in 1999?
A clever new approach could help monitor an incredibly complicated, increasingly automated system that thrives on secrecy.
A new website is the start of a bold project to digitize America's cultural heritage.
By tracking moving objects, Volvo’s system could help prevent accidents.