Routers on 600 buses and taxis allow free Internet access and collect data for city planners.
Wearable technology finally took off in 2014, although some devices fared better than others.
Humans and software see some images differently, pointing out shortcomings of recent breakthroughs in machine learning.
Health-care organizations often store medical records and other information insecurely.
Singapore plans to let anyone test driverless cars in one of its busy neighborhoods in 2015.
Startup Seeo has developed batteries that store far more energy than conventional ones, which could extend the range of electric cars.
A company given $21 million by leading Silicon Valley investors aims to extend Bitcoin’s functionality so it can power much more than just payments.
The new White House approach could help Cubans gain access to the Internet—but the question is whether the regime will play ball.
Germanium could be the next great chip material after silicon’s limits have been reached.