Even as over-the-air charging company UBeam is getting debunked, magnetic resonance is heading for mass production.
Apple’s unusual move may be part of a bigger strategic shift to get more involved in the Chinese market.
Open innovation bridges the gap between business and academia. It encourages participation on both sides, through a distributed and decentralized approach.
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Shrinking transistors have powered 50 years of advances in computing—but now other ways must be found to make computers more capable.
Airborne microscopic particles kill millions of people each year, but they also lessen some of the effects of man-made global warming.
The search company is releasing the secret sauce it uses to make sense of ambiguous language. It could help developers build apps that actually understand us.
As traditional nuclear power remains stalled in the U.S., a utility in Tennessee seeks permission for a new type of reactor that could be cheaper to build and maintain.
Your state of mind can reveal whether you are being forced to give up your password. So researchers are using this to build a coercion-resistant system of authentication.
Solar-powered desalination is ideal—if only the cost comes down.