Oculus and university researchers are working on a project that relies on electromagnets to keep an eye on all your fingers in virtual space.
It was the year that self-driving cars became a commercial reality; robots gained all sorts of new abilities; and some people worried about the existential threat posed by super-intelligent future AI.
Like 1973, the year 2015 marked a decisive shift in the world’s energy economy.
During 2015, the combination of potent biotechnologies solved problems and created new ones.
From the cost of lithium-ion batteries to Bitcoin’s transaction limit, the numbers told the tale in 2015.
A lot happened in virtual reality this year; here are the key things to remember.
This year Google and Facebook’s efforts to get more of the world’s population online got much more serious—but also hit some setbacks.
Researchers found Twitter users are happy to respond to calls to action from bots, but only if the bots don’t act too human.
A closer look at the brains of soldiers who have suffered concussions reveals evidence of injuries that were invisible to conventional imaging methods.
The extension of the solar credit will result in billions in new investment and dozens of gigawatts of new installations.