Startup Waldo says its forthcoming app will help track down photos of you taken by friends and pro photographers by analyzing a selfie.
The secretive startup has raised a gargantuan amount of money. Here’s what the company is doing with all that cash.
Physicists have created a transistor that is simpler and easier to build than the traditional field effect transistor. And it is controlled by light.
Ted Cruz is betting big on the latest in personalized messaging, and so far it’s paying off.
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.
People who worry that we’re on course to invent dangerously intelligent machines are misunderstanding the state of computer science.
Using the powerful anesthetic propofol, researchers have begun to pick apart how human brain activity gives rise to consciousness.
Twitter is struggling to grow, its executives are leaving in droves, and now Facebook looks to be muscling in on its turf.