But automation is making the humans who still have jobs more productive.
Several new electric cars and plug-in hybrids were unveiled at Detroit autoshow and CES.
In Western Europe, military bows became obsolete during the C16th as firearms evolved. But in China, guns and bows coexisted for almost a millennium. Now one scientist thinks he knows why
As Twitter becomes more essential, the limits of its user interface become increasingly apparent.
How will Verizon's network stand up under iPhone usage?
Graphite and diamond have similar free energies but converting one into the other is famously hard. Now materials scientists think they know why
Five devices, services and trends unveiled at this year's CES that seem doomed from the start.
TV apps debut that pop-up automatically to offer extra content related to the show you're watching.
The bulky bezels framing of the screens on today's tablets are set to shrink.
A biosignature common to both life on Earth and digital life could help to spot extra terrestrial organisms, say computer scientists