Keeping your enemies offline can cripple their chances of overthrowing you.
By sensing subtle changes in people’s faces, a British startup hopes to inject a little more emotion into the virtual world.
The recent i3 Forum showcased Italian leadership in technology, automation, and manufacturing—and emphasized strong U.S. partnerships.
The No. 2 executive at Microsoft is fighting the U.S. government in a series of cases that will shape online privacy—and the cloud business.
A coming surge in global battery production will drive costs down, a key factor in determining whether electric vehicles will take off.
Some worry that economics, rather than sound science, is behind the proton therapy boom.
At least one of its self-driving trucks is on the highways around the Bay Area at all hours.
Turning vans into rolling distribution hubs for package-dropping robots could greatly improve the efficiency of delivery networks.
Lightning doesn’t strike twice.
The sensors and computers in ordinary smartphones are being used for low-cost, portable medical sensing and diagnosis.