A challenge by DARPA asks scientists to develop ways to record from a million neurons at a time.
The conglomerate that owns Google burned up nearly $4 billion in 2015 on its wildest technological bets such as self-driving cars.
The social media platform had become one of the largest gun markets in the world, but will now disallow unlicensed gun sales.
A British government panel has given the green light to a team of researchers who want to use CRISPR to alter human embryos.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the world at an unprecedented rate. Companies looking to succeed in the emerging digital economy reinvent their business models and strategies.
Still pricier than motorized wheelchairs, SuitX’s Phoenix exoskeleton weighs just 27 pounds and is custom-fit to the user’s body.
If virtual reality is going to be truly immersive, holding a game controller could be distracting. Companies will instead try to let you control the action with your eyes, head, or fingers.
New figures show that U.S. broadband access is improving, but only for some.
Halting the explosive spread of Zika means waging war with mosquitoes. There are several ways, old and new, to win that war.
A researcher made 300 purchases of fake luxury goods online and found that 97 percent were handled by China’s largest three banks.