An Amazonian future of many screens and few processors.
A blob of "intelligent" goo can compute solutions to one of the most famous problems in mathematics and produces a route map as well, say computer scientists.
Keep’s paper-like qualities might just beat its computery ones.
Liquid Robotics raised $45 million to build out its fleet of self-propelled marine robots.
Central Banks could use random investment strategies to make markets more stable, say econophysicists
Enough with innovation for innovation’s sake.
Mark Weiser, who coined the term "ubiquitous computing," foresaw current device trends decades ago.
Has a product ever provoked as much hostility before even hitting the market as Google’s geek specs are generating? There’s something special about the eyes.
A human-computer interaction luminary rifles through his massive electronics collection to prove today’s hottest gadget isn’t so new after all.
In which I upgrade my dumb phone – reluctantly.