Prototype car safety systems are learning to watch the driver, as well as the road ahead, to predict future maneuvers more than three seconds before a driver makes them.
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Headlines about robot cars this week make the driverless revolution seem imminent, and yet still a long way off.
“China’s Google” is joining U.S. tech giants in giving away some of its code.
Researchers are exploring how the camera on your smartphone could make it quick and simple to connect to smart gadgets like printers and projectors.
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The release of data on the news-reading habits of 20 million Yahoo users could help advance recommendation algorithms.
A wearable device promises to help steady hand tremors by using an old technology—gyroscopes.
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