Technology is now allowing artists to do something they’ve aspired to since the stone age: make their paintings move.
Manufacturers are trying to improve cars’ computer security, even as they add functionality that could open up new avenues for attack.
Startups like Doppler Labs are building earbuds that will let you turn down the volume on crying babies and pump up the bass on live music.
Researchers demonstrate a promising new approach to manufacturing a crucial form of graphene.
Investors see riches in a cryptography-enabled technology called smart contracts–but it could also offer much to criminals.
A new company wants to build artificial intelligence through game play.
A biotech company is genetically engineering pigs so that their organs might work in people.
Google’s new structure has few historical precedents, in tech or outside it.
IBM seeks to transform image-based diagnostics by combining its cognitive computing technology with a massive collection of medical images.
Deep inside its labs, Monsanto is learning how to modify crops by spraying them with RNA rather than tinkering with their genes.