Facebook’s “Like” buttons have been logging data on our browsing for years – now the company will start using that data to target ads.
Retailers can now use software to track one person across multiple surveillance cameras, possibly helping them improve store layouts.
Researchers dug through public records to uncover the true shape of cables at the heart of the U.S. Internet.
In a world first, a machine plays chess by evaluating the board rather than using brute force to work out every possible move.
How a team of psychologists and scientists at Riot Games is unlocking the secret to eliminating abuse within an online video game.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
Next time you need to choose, why not let a photon make the decision instead?
Researchers demonstrate a wearable system for tracking chemicals in saliva that may correspond to fatigue and other health issues.
Making AI software take real school exams might accelerate progress toward machines with common sense.