Computers are getting better at spotting trolls, but they often can’t understand the meaning of messages.
Despite the lack of peer-reviewed evidence, startup Halo Neuroscience says its brain-zapping headphones have helped athletes get more from their training.
The British government has agreed to let Amazon test delivery drones, while U.S. regulations still forbid it.
Researchers used a smart watch’s existing sensors to add gesture controls like pinching and waving.
The company may have failed, but not everything it did was a bad idea.
Many countries keep their reserves a secret, meaning the price of oil is based on a huge amount of guesswork.
In the next five years, it will be too expensive to further miniaturize—but chip makers will innovate in different ways.
So long, itchy, uncomfortable plaster.
Cardiologist and genomic-medicine expert Eric Topol makes his case for a future of “medical selfies.”
Raising millions, Editas proved that investors are enthusiastic about gene editing. Now the company has to make its technology work.