As the Apple Watch casts a shadow across the smart-watch market, Pebble preps a wrist-worn gadget with a color e-paper display.
Data mining Wikipedia people reveals some surprising differences in the way eastern and western cultures identify important figures in history, say computational anthropologists.
Software upgrades that can change the circuitry of the silicon chips inside computing devices could make them more powerful.
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The way your smartphone uses power provides a simple way to track it, say computer scientists who have developed an app to prove it.
Touch feedback that’s more nuanced than a simple buzz could make virtual reality more real and cars safer.
A nonprofit experiments with using digital currency to give poor teenagers their first experience of financial services.
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Nanostructured sheets of silicon can bend light in unusual ways, eliminating the need for bulky lenses.