Computer scientists have devised a way to make conventional memory discs 99.999 per cent reliable over a 4-year lifespan.
A zombie network of home routers highlights the importance of prioritizing smart appliance security.
Software that turns data into written text could help us make sense of a coming tsunami of data.
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Prepare for takeoff. Unmanned aircraft are a rapidly growing category in consumer electronics.
The world’s largest chip maker, Intel, hopes an itty-bitty computer will mean better wearable gadgets.
An entirely new way to control nuclear and electronic spins in diamond crystals could lead to a much more powerful generation of quantum computers
A commercial device uses powerful image and information processing to let cars interpret 360° camera views.
At CES, where Internet-connected devices abound, Samsung says all its products will be connected by 2020.
Aggregate data and decision making are being hoarded by a few technology companies with powerful data infrastructure. Does it have to be this way? Or could we create a future in which this data infrastructure is available for use by anyone in the world?