Clever apps might persuade people that they need a wrist-worn computer.
Apple’s always-on motion-sensing M7 chip points the way to an era of mobile gesture-recognition and “ambient intelligence.”
The security researcher Bruce Schneier, who is now helping the Guardian newspaper review Snowden documents, suggests that more revelations are on the way.
Twitter seeks to do better at inferring its users’ consumer and political preferences, gender, age, and more.
A way to secure implanted devices requires anyone trying to reprogram your defibrillator to touch you first.
Even chips thought to be ultra-secure probably can be made to surrender cryptographic keys by milling down the silicon.
Small, portable devices could get new stamina thanks to a transistor design that can cut a computer chip’s power consumption in half.
NASA launches a moon satellite this week that will test ultrafast optical data transmission.
It used to be too dangerous to have a person work alongside a robot. But at a South Carolina BMW plant, next-generation robots are changing that.
Swapping software can give one GSM phone the power to prevent incoming calls and text messages from reaching other phones nearby.