For the first time, researchers have used existing manufacturing technology to make a complex processor that uses energy-efficient optical connections.
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Retailers can now use software to track one person across multiple surveillance cameras, possibly helping them improve store layouts.
The new White House approach could help Cubans gain access to the Internet—but the question is whether the regime will play ball.
IBM is betting that research on more human-like artificial intelligence will help it turn things around.
Tricky intersections and rogue mechanical pedestrians will provide a testing area for automated and connected cars.
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.
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.
Open competitions can help find an optimal solution to a well-understood problem, but they are a poor way to innovate.
An examination of simple cell-phone records reveals maps of poverty levels, ethnic divides, and the movements of sports fans.