In five years, what new models of work and collaboration will we see?
America’s spy agency has been tapping links between global data centers of the Internet giants.
The way DNA strands contract when they come into contact with viruses could lead to cheap and simple pathogen detectors, say physicists.
A startup will sift through “treasure troves” of data from failed trials to find abandoned Alzheimer’s drugs that might work for some patients.
Computer maker HP plans to release a 3-D printer—but that doesn’t necessarily mean a personal printing revolution is afoot.
Despite limitations, the Firefox OS-running ZTE Open shows promise for low-cost smartphones.
The ability to distribute entangled particles is an enabling technology for a quantum internet. That may explain why Japanese telco NTT is so interested in mastering the technology.
Volvo, Tesla, and dozens of researchers are using creative battery designs to make electric vehicles lighter.
A Stanford startup’s new radio can send and receive information on the same frequency—an advance that could double the speed of wireless networks.
There's a huge amount of wind off the coast of Japan, but harnessing it will be fantastically expensive.