The latest data-driven campaign pitches target you based on your personality, not just your demographics. But does such profiling work?
A genetic technology that can kill off mosquito species could eradicate malaria. But is it too risky to ever use?
Nvidia’s CEO says his hardware will revolutionize robotics and that his chips can learn from Google’s AlphaGo.
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By acquiring Sharp, the iPhone manufacturer has bolstered its ambitious renewable energy plans, which include big solar deals in China and India.
A long-awaited tool the chip industry needs to keep driving progress is finally working.
Law enforcement will probably spend more time and money hacking phones after moves by Apple and WhatsApp to strengthen their encryption.
The Mayo Clinic is betting that technology developed for flight simulators could help bring a sense of motion to VR and reduce nausea, too.
By treating the birth and death of car models as a kind of “fossil record,” anthropologists have been able to chart the evolution of American automobiles for the first time.
Jessica Livingston has worked to encourage more female-led startups to join the incubator’s ranks, but she says it’s still tough for women to get funding.