Programming languages shape the way their users think—which helps explain how tech startups work and why they are able to reinvent themselves.
Powerful radar, mostly limited to the military, could soon be cheap enough for cars and consumer drones to use.
IBM is testing a contentious idea for making computers more intelligent by trying to copy mechanisms from the human brain.
A startup is borrowing techniques used in high-frequency trading to make virtual worlds more realistic.
Facebook hopes that adding functionality like video sharing and shopping to Messenger will help it grow even as competition rises.
Meerkat and Periscope show how simple, fun, and weird live-streaming can be.
Rapidly scanning the Internet has become vital to efforts to keep it secure.
A digital-currency company thinks it can protect the personal information used to perform identity checks in the financial industry.
Robots will use the latest computer-vision and machine-learning algorithms to try to perform the work done by humans in vast fulfillment centers.
Microsoft is working to combine biometric data collected by its new wristband with information from your calendar and contacts to make smarter observations.