Chips made with nanotube transistors, which could be five times faster, should be ready around 2020, says IBM.
Research suggests that surveillance agencies could use statistical tricks to peek through the encryption that protects Web browsing.
A new wearable sensor listens for sounds that betray your activity and mood.
Robert Brunner explains how he helped make Beats’ headphones fashionable, and what other companies need to do to make wearable tech take off.
Some of the machines acquired recently by Google represent a giant leap forward for robot-kind.
A startup called Energous aims to let you charge your gadgets without plugging them in.
Fitness bands like the Jawbone Up are in an unusual and enviable position in the electronics business: people rarely take them off.
A movable smart-watch screen makes it easier to read a map or play a game.
Even conventional industrial robots are becoming safer to work around, making them more likely to collaborate with humans.
Microprocessors configured more like brains than traditional chips could soon make computers far more astute about what’s going on around them.