Bitcoin doesn't have to replace government-backed money to improve the way we do business online.
A Facebook study of 10 million users shows that your selection of friends holds more sway than filtering algorithms when it comes to seeing news from opposing political viewpoints.
An electronic device called the memristor could be our best hope for making practical chips that borrow design points from the human brain.
As Facebook offers free data on mobile phones in India, a competing plan makes the same technology available to any Android app in 15 countries.
Robots that work alongside warehouse workers could make online shopping even more efficient and eventually replace human employees altogether.
The 3,500 apps available for the Apple Watch show the device’s promise and pitfalls.
Uncertainty hangs over Bitcoin, but investors are betting hundreds of millions that it will change the world.
A new superconducting chip made by IBM demonstrates a technique crucial to the development of quantum computers.
An organization crowdsources the verification of rumors on social media in the Nepal disaster zone.
Criminals are hijacking home and office routers and printers to help them overwhelm websites with traffic.