NSO Group, a firm that trades in spyware, stands accused of peddling an unprecedented attack on iPhones.
The sensors and computers in ordinary smartphones are being used for low-cost, portable medical sensing and diagnosis.
Machines must be able to predict how objects in the real world will behave.
Startups with novel chemistries tend to falter before they reach full production.
Startups are making realistic lab-grown foods, but government food regulators aren’t sure how to police them.
When it comes to exploring the latest machine-learning techniques, Apple seems hampered by its secrecy and product focus.
Electronic doors could be the killer feature for autonomous vehicles.
A trove of satellite data could teach software to track our trash from orbit.
The country has plenty of experience with earthquakes, but somehow suffers more than other developed nations when the ground shakes.
New U.S. regulations will open the floodgates to drone-related businesses and services.