Early testers are building a range of prototypes from drones to immersive video games using Google’s 3-D mapping smartphone.
Samsung's wrist-worn Simband prototype could be the basis for a new wave of personal health tracking devices.
A recent demonstration involving two trucks tethered by computer control shows how automation and vehicle-to-vehicle communication are creeping onto the roads.
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A startup called Energous aims to let you charge your gadgets without plugging them in.
Chinese companies believed to be benefiting from stolen secrets could be the next target of U.S. action to curb industrial espionage.
The Chinese Web giant Baidu is researching ways to build artificial neural networks that learn without guidance from humans. We spoke to the man leading that effort.
As wearable devices get better-looking and more powerful, we’ll trust them to monitor and control more of our lives.
To protect lucrative business servicing machines, GE turns to the industrial Internet.
A French company plans to build a wireless slow lane for small, low-power devices.