At least one of its self-driving trucks is on the highways around the Bay Area at all hours.
New app tries to organize photos, locations, and people in an irresistibly searchable way.
Some worry that economics, rather than sound science, is behind the proton therapy boom.
But the technology for extinguishing species is dividing conservationists.
By buying the startup Movidius, Intel hopes to get a piece of the action in computer-vision chips.
One hypothesis suggests that extraterrestrials haven’t contacted Earth because they’re ignoring us. Now astronomers have simulated how difficult that would be to do.
Google’s skunkworks made a path-breaking phone whose hardware was customizable, but it never got off the ground.
Federal rules could lay out how cars decide whom to protect or harm in a crash.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
NASA’s computer model predicts that the exoplanet Proxima b will appear as a pale purple dot when it is imaged for the first time.