Years after his death, the former Apple CEO still wins patents.
Startup Keyssa wants to replace cords and connectors with speedy wireless transfer technology.
The Same Name Puzzle: Twitter Users Are More Likely to Follow Others With The Same First Name But Nobody Knows Why
If you use social networks to follow other people who share your first name, you’re not alone. The question is why.
Even though Google’s head-worn computer is going nowhere, the technology is sure to march on.
Nobody knew how to automatically identify creativity until researchers at Yahoo Labs began studying the Vine livestream.
A circuit that lets a radio send and receive data simultaneously over the same frequency could supercharge wireless data transfer.
Data mining the way we use words is revealing the linguistic earthquakes that constantly change our language.
Slack wants to be an open, searchable home for all your work communication.
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Twitter data mining reveals surprising detail about socioeconomic indicators but at a fraction of the cost of traditional data-gathering methods, say computational sociologists.