Computers are changing art in unexpected ways
A startup prepares to manufacture electronics that conform to skin, arteries, and organs, allowing new surgical and measuring methods.
The group that oversees Internet domain names is shaking things up for no good reason. For details, check out www.mass.confusion.
Will cheap natural gas give us an opportunity to reduce emissions while inventing new technologies? Or will we simply become addicted to another fossil fuel?
I thought that glasses with "augmented reality" would be hopelessly dorky and could never go mainstream—until I saw the technology in action.
Qualcomm uses the mechanism that gives color to butterfly wings to make low-power, full-color e-reader displays.
If small companies are to survive in the highly competitive energy business, they'll have to work with the large companies they once hoped to replace.
Siri may not be the smartest AI in the world, but it's the most socially adept.
Organovo's 3-D printer creates human tissues that could help speed drug discovery.
The technology of lenses has made art richer and more meaningful for hundreds of years. A Gerhard Richter retrospective shows Germany's most famous artist responding to the camera over a lifetime of painting.