A Stanford startup’s new radio can send and receive information on the same frequency—an advance that could double the speed of wireless networks.
Brain-mimicking software can reliably solve a test meant to separate humans from machines.
A technology for reading emotions on faces can help companies sell candy. Now its creators hope it also can take on bigger problems.
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Tests of Google’s autonomous vehicles in California and Nevada suggests they already outperform human drivers.
Fixes are planned for Internet anonymity tool Tor after researchers showed that national intelligence agencies could plausibly unmask users.
For Apple events, the thrill isn't gone, but it's starting to fade.
Innovations in digital advertising and consumers’ willingness to share their data have made the growth of free and cheap online services possible.
Self-driving cars are likely to be delayed by the challenges of integrating them with today’s roads, traffic, and human drivers.
The community that built the largest encyclopedia in history is shrinking, even as more people and Internet services depend on it than ever. Can it be revived, or is this the end of the Web’s idealistic era?