Airbus is developing carbon materials that change in response to heat and air pressure, possibly making aircraft simpler and lighter.
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Tricky intersections and rogue mechanical pedestrians will provide a testing area for automated and connected cars.
Playful new cooking based on traditional methods and weird ingredients will supplant the industrial techniques that dominate modernist cuisine.
A new way to track heart and breathing data, demonstrated with Google Glass, could heighten interest in wearable sensors.
It’s a way to connect all different kinds of items, says Intel’s Genevieve Bell.
Some of the machines acquired recently by Google represent a giant leap forward for robot-kind.
A Stanford startup’s new radio can send and receive information on the same frequency—an advance that could double the speed of wireless networks.
A new database tool dramatically improves processing speeds using technology that’s already in your computer.
The new iPhone breaks ground by seamlessly sharing Wi-Fi and 4G for Siri. Further tweaks could boost bandwidth 20-fold in some cases.
An examination of simple cell-phone records reveals maps of poverty levels, ethnic divides, and the movements of sports fans.