A company called Seeing Machines wants to use cameras and software to make sure you’re focused on driving.
The new White House approach could help Cubans gain access to the Internet—but the question is whether the regime will play ball.
Wearable technology finally took off in 2014, although some devices fared better than others.
The past year saw progress in developing hardware and software capable of human feats of intelligence.
From Facebook’s purchase of WhatsApp to the possibility of peak coal in China, the numbers told the tale.
In 2014, advanced materials let humans scale glass walls and helped clear the way for cheap, clean energy.
From genetically modified foods to gene therapy, 2014 was a big year for rewriting biology.
The year saw a major new report on climate change—and modest movement on renewables, carbon burial, and emissions agreements.
Health-care organizations often store medical records and other information insecurely.