Ferroelectric materials could take computing beyond digital logic.
SpaceX is building an ocean-based landing pad so that it can reuse its launch vehicles.
The best way to build a global quantum internet will use containerships to carry qubits across the oceans, say physicists.
Scientists say they can embed sophisticated genetic tests onto a piece of paper.
Roost’s batteries will let smoke alarms send alerts via smartphone, and may bring other battery-powered devices online, too.
A novel gripper from an SRI spinoff could enable robots to take on new tasks.
With natural-language processing aided by crowdsourced data, Wit.ai aims to make smartphones, wearables, and drones heed your call.
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Patent and trademark filings reveal the augmented reality technology that convinced Google and others to invest $542 million into Magic Leap.
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