To truly change the world, Google’s new holding company will need something that has eluded many previous industrial labs: an effective commercialization strategy.
How much would you pay to know your genetic code? Some companies are willing to lose money to find out.
Researchers say they’ve overcome a major manufacturing challenge standing in the way of commercially viable nanotube devices.
Researchers trained a computer to recognize the behavior that precedes a particular maneuver.
A promising battery startup has run into problems commercializing its novel technology.
Major wireless carriers have begun testing a technology that can double the capacity of any wireless data connection.
The Islamic State is an Internet phenomenon as much as a military one. Counteracting it will require better tactics on the battlefield of social media.
Google plans to sell a tablet computer that uses magnets to connect to a keyboard, in hopes of keeping you from cracking open your laptop.
Researchers demonstrate new photonic memory that keeps working even when the power is off.
Robots are moving into new areas of work, and it isn’t entirely clear how staff and customers will react.