Unable to resist any opportunity to sell you something, the e-commerce leader is opening up brick-and-mortar bookstores. But its online prowess doesn’t yet translate into a very good retail experience.
We know very few specifics about our next leader’s stance on many technology policies.
Travelers with African-American-sounding names suffer longer waits and more cancellations than their white-sounding counterparts.
The Silicon Valley food fad may have a dark, upset underbelly—but its makers don’t know why.
A pair of events this week suggest one company is charging ahead, while the other is stuck in a product rut.
Hair-care company Living Proof explains how it uses biotech to develop its products.
With the quiet launch of Uber Freight, the ride-sharing giant takes aim at disrupting the massive industry of hauling stuff by 18-wheeler.
Twenty years ago, Brian Behlendorf helped kick-start the Web—now he’s betting the technology behind Bitcoin can make the world fairer.
What really worries him is that we don’t have enough artificial intelligence yet.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.