A South African startup says it will soon start building smartphones, but claims of the first “made in Africa” phones have been around for years.
Many genetic conditions come with clues in a person’s face, and new technology can help doctors diagnose them.
Scientists have long needed a cheaper way of doing zero g experiments. Autonomous quadcopters may be the answer.
You can simply scan your phone, pick your food up off the shelf, and walk out.
In a letter to federal regulators, the company revealed it wants a piece of the autonomous car industry.
Google DeepMind’s new simulated world could lead to advances in robotics, and help us better understand how humans learn.
Virtual reality gets much more immersive as soon as you strap on these new hand-tracking controllers.
By testing the ground beneath its feet, it can work out how to make its move.
The clampdown will clean up the air and help spur electric vehicle adoption.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.