Author Sarah Lewis discusses some counterintuitive pathways to breakthroughs.
Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is the first smartphone that can use a fingerprint to authorize payments in stores and online.
Emu mines your conversations and smartphone sensors to add helpful details to messages.
Developers and designers are now building apps for Google’s smart watch platform.
Inspired by Oculus Rift, Sony is adding virtual reality to the PlayStation 4.
A system called Mylar makes it possible to build online services that can never decrypt or leak your data.
Facebook’s new AI research group reports a major improvement in face-processing software.
Google manages to invest in fundamental research without having a traditional lab in which to do it.
Controlling an iPhone or Android phone with just your voice and a noise-cancelling headset is doable, but frustrating.
Researchers have shown that the swipe-to-unlock action can be replaced with useful data collection or micro-tasks.