Future smartphones could have specialized hardware that uses simulated neurons to do things like recognize objects or faces.
Qualcomm, Facebook, and other tech companies are experimenting with technology that lets smartphones use their LTE radio to connect directly to other devices up to 500 meters away.
The first teleportation of a photon inside a photonic chip illustrates both the potential for quantum computation and the significant challenges that lay ahead.
A new “bundle” format turns the file-sharing network BitTorrent into a way to pay for music and other content.
The CEO of quantum computing startup D-Wave says its machines are helping companies analyze Wall Street data and search for new cancer drugs.
Researchers say it’s possible to identify gestures around a phone by analyzing interference in the wireless signals it transmits.
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IBM executive says Watson could find success with commercial apps in wealth management, call centers, and medicine.
Nest technology vice president Yoky Matsuoka says the smart-thermostat maker has learned the importance of making a device people want to touch.