Motion, audio, and location data harvested from a smartphone can be analyzed to accurately predict stress or depression.
A startup says getting a robot to do things should be less about writing code and more like animal training.
Computerized headlights could eliminate glare from oncoming cars while improving visibility.
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The creator of a much-loved game for nurturing virtual creatures is developing a new playpen for more advanced beasts.
A new technique for creating pipes and tunnels deep inside silicon chips could change the way engineers make microfluidic machines and optoelectronic devices.
Peter Thiel says he’s trying to get entrepreneurs to go after bigger problems than the ones Silicon Valley is chasing.
Robots are starting to collaborate with human workers in factories, offering greater efficiency and flexibility.
Researchers say “pocketsourcing” could let you find parking spots easily, without requiring cities to add spot sensors.
Analyzing the network of passes between soccer players reveals that one of the world’s most successful teams plays an entirely different type of football to every other soccer team on the planet.