Microprocessors configured more like brains than traditional chips could soon make computers far more astute about what’s going on around them.
New models built with security and privacy in mind reflect the Zeitgeist of the Snowden era.
Fitness bands like the Jawbone Up are in an unusual and enviable position in the electronics business: people rarely take them off.
Microsoft’s new personal assistant includes features found in Apple and Google’s own virtual helpers.
A startup’s software will let iPhone apps connect phones without the Internet.
SpaceX’s reusable booster rocket, the first of its kind, could pave the way for radically cheaper access to space.
As the world’s leading smartphone maker prepares to launch its own OS, new software will allow it to run as many as “hundreds of thousands” of Android apps.
This Chinese startup could outmaneuver big companies in the coming smartphone boom in developing countries.
A new military LIDAR chip shows promise for faster and more precise aerial mapping—doing in minutes what used to take days.
Motorola Mobility’s sale to Lenovo only looks like a loss—the patents were cheap, and Google might yet advance wearables, home devices, and modular phone hardware.