A wearable display set for release by Microsoft later this year can augment your world with realistic, interactive virtual objects.
In the quest to make wearable electronics useful, researchers take a close look at the neck.
Drones able to take water samples could be the first in a new wave of hands-on aerial robots.
A site that began as place to annotate hip-hop lyrics thinks it's figured out how to spread annotation to the wider Web.
A crash in the value of Bitcoin has made it too expensive for some companies to “mine” the currency.
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An attempt to release customizable smartphones made up of interchangeable modules is inching forward.
Skype’s real-time translation software highlights remarkable progress in machine learning—but it still struggles with the subtleties of human communication.
Wireless technology more than 10 times faster than the best Wi-Fi is coming to market in 2015.