Painful finger-prick blood tests for diabetics could become a thing of the past, say physicists who have built a sensor that measures glucose in saliva
Bringing ordinary consumers into the pro-environmental fold is Nest’s great achievement.
As consumer tech companies bring brain interfaces ever closer to the mainstream, human-friendly legalese could become a crucial part of the user experience.
Google's smart personal assistant hits iOS, but will users care?
Doctors argue that some drug companies are charging too much for their cancer drugs, to the detriment of patients.
Berkeley Labs spin-off Points Source Power develops fuel-cell charger for Kenya powered by cookstove fires.
A materials scientist has created the world's toughest fiber using a mechanism based on a slip knot.
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I hate feeling tethered to the internet. So why do I love FreedomPop?
A response to Jason Pontin’s essay on free speech by the author of Principles for a Free Society.