Two companies that have built their business on leasing solar panels are suffering as customers are increasingly looking to buy.
To match cancer patients with drugs, one company plans to offer free genetic tests.
What will scientists do with $100 million to mass-produce genes in the lab?
What one family learned from using a $200 air-quality sensor for a month.
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We may be making ourselves comfortable at the cost of rendering the planet uninhabitable.
Facebook and Twitter, among others, have agreed to enact a more stringent way of policing hate speech on their platforms in Europe.
Three of the four biggest sums raised on Kickstarter are for the smart-watch pioneer’s products. Why do people like it so much?
A new report from the International Energy Agency includes projections for reductions in energy use and carbon dioxide emissions that could be wildly optimistic.
In a court filing, the secretive augmented-reality startup mentions a plan involving deep-learning for robotics.