A coal plant in Saskatchewan will capture most of its carbon pollution—and use it to extract oil from the ground.
Tricky intersections and rogue mechanical pedestrians will provide a testing area for automated and connected cars.
The U.S. announces $46 million to develop new technologies for exploring the brain.
If computers think for themselves, should they have human rights?
Startup DynaOptics uses lenses that move from side to side, rather than forward and backward, for a high-quality optical zoom in smartphones.
Engineered yogurt bacteria could make detecting colorectal cancer and other diseases as simple as a pregnancy test.
A social network avoids ads and elevates design.
Protestors are turning to mobile messaging apps that can work without requiring cell service or Internet connections – but data security is still weak.
Sure, people say some nasty things in anonymous apps, but the good far outweighs the bad.
Future smartphones could have specialized hardware that uses simulated neurons to do things like recognize objects or faces.