Micro air vehicles have notoriously short ranges, which limits the potential of the drone delivery business. But the ability to take off and land from moving vehicles could change that.
Technologies created by the federally funded MD2K project could lead to consumer devices that offer health guidance in real time.
The country wants to assign citizens a score that determines their eligibility for everything from loans to education.
The Kremlin has struggled for years to gain control of the Internet within its borders, but there are signs that is starting to change.
Close communications with the agency suggest that Apple is heavily invested in developing medical equipment—but is in no hurry about it.
A remotely controlled writhing robotic arm is being used to cut through thick metal in hostile environments.
Hackers forced the light rail network to let passengers ride free to avoid a massive disruption to service.
It’s straightforward to design jumps that are safer for skiers and snowboarders, but nobody has been able to show how easy they are to build. Until now.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
A tool to censor content in China seems at odds with the social network’s inaction over fake news in the U.S.