A coming surge in global battery production will drive costs down, a key factor in determining whether electric vehicles will take off.
Some worry that economics, rather than sound science, is behind the proton therapy boom.
At least one of its self-driving trucks is on the highways around the Bay Area at all hours.
Turning vans into rolling distribution hubs for package-dropping robots could greatly improve the efficiency of delivery networks.
Lightning doesn’t strike twice.
The sensors and computers in ordinary smartphones are being used for low-cost, portable medical sensing and diagnosis.
Company pursues breakthrough medicines with proteins unlike any seen in nature.
But the technology for extinguishing species is dividing conservationists.
When hackers expose flaws in products, a company’s share price can fall, and traders are getting wise to the pattern.
By buying the startup Movidius, Intel hopes to get a piece of the action in computer-vision chips.