Augmented reality hasn’t yet lived up to its promise, but it could catch on in situations where it makes employees more efficient.
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The new science of cities shows that suicide may be a more complex social phenomenon than previously thought, say computational anthropologists.
Startup Quanttus is developing a device that monitors heart rate, respiration, and blood pressure from your wrist.
Academics at CMU will try to extend Yahoo’s services with mobile apps that act like personal assistants.
A startup invented its own digital currency for exchanging money across borders.
You won’t believe how these guys redefined viral content on the Web.
A 1985 essay saw hope—and immense challenges—for systems that might allow paralyzed people to walk again.
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Hostility to the use of wearable computers and cameras threatens to limit their benefits, says Steve Mann.