Hoping to take machine learning on the go, Google will be working with Myriad VPUs from Movidius to incorporate a wide range of AI-based applications into mobile devices.
The founder of Aereo wants to revolutionize wireless gigabit in America with a low-cost service that breaks the traditional ISP business model. It’s a fabulous idea, but it may not work in practice.
Java’s unloved browser plug-in is finally being phased out. With Flash also headed for the dustbin, user security should significantly improve — provided, of course, that people don’t leave the software enabled or installed.
Researchers have found a method of introducing electronic sensors into the bloodstream, with the goal of monitoring swelling and damage from within the brain itself. If successful, these types of probes could guide patient treatment and improve results.
DARPA wants to connect our brains to the Internet. What could possibly go wrong?
Police in Texas have signed deals with license plate reader companies that turn cops into debt collectors and give companies private financial data. The information gathered through these deals is now being monetized in a variety of ways in an unprecedented violation of citizen privacy.
Google cracks the code on humanity’s most complex game, paving the way for more advanced AI.
A new report suggests that Chromebooks are eating into Windows sales, and the major PC OEMs may leave the sub-$300 Windows market as a result. This could be great news for the larger Windows market, even if it means a sales decline.
Samsung’s Galaxy S7 is set to debut in a matter of weeks and leaks about the platform are already piling up. The one thing no one can answer is whether or not it’ll reverse Samsung’s high-end sales decline.
Could machine learning be the weapon that lets mankind stay one step ahead of bacterial evolution?
This solar-powered rover endures long, dark winters on the Red Planet while continuing to explore and work.
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has hit critical development milestones and is nearing final assembly. NASA is confident of its launch timeline, currently set for October 2018.
It’s probably not the Flying Spaghetti Monster, but we can’t technically rule that out yet.
With the recent use of genetically engineered mosquitoes in Brazil to halt the spread of the Zika virus, we might be beginning to see some major health improvements as a consequence of the genetics revolution.
Foxconn, the Taiwanese company that manufacturers the vast majority of the worlds iPhones, have bid roughly $5.3 billion to buy Sharp, the struggling pioneer of LCD technology,
ARM and Intel have been on a collision course for years, but the iPad Pro is the most significant volley yet into Intel’s traditional markets. Can Apple’s new A9X match the performance of Intel’s low-power Core M?
The owners of lost phones keep showing up demanding their return, but Christina Lee and Michael Saba can only shrug.
A new Web browser from former Mozilla CEO Brandon Eich is promising to make browsing safer — in part by substituting different ads and sharing revenue between ad networks, users, publishers, and the browser company itself.
Windows 10 has a significant problem with app searching and discovery, and it’s driven one longtime developer to call for boycotting the Windows Store until Microsoft fixes the problem.
A new theory on why we don’t see more life (much less alien civilizations) argues that life might arise easily, but go extinct within a billion years of planetary formation.
Google’s head of ideas wants to banish ISIS from the open web and send it scurrying to Tor to function online. It’s a worthy theory — but is it practical or desirable given the limits of current technology?
An early survey leak could point to some of the Nintendo NX’s capabilities, including hardware performance that should at least be on par with the Xbox One and PS4.
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Space is about to get some frickin’ laser beams.
What you need to know to go in the snow in the big storm. The difference between AWD and 4WD. Why tech keeps your car going straight when you do dumb things.
There are a dizzying array of issues, this election. Where does each candidate fall on the ones that are coming to define a generation?
We reached out to No Goblin co-founder Dan Teasdale, and he agreed to shine some light onto the development process of 100-foot Robot Golf, his company’s upcoming VR release.
A team of Japanese scientists just revived tardigrades that were frozen solid for more than thirty years.
Unfortunately, you’re about to lose access to international Netflix content.
Intel wants to redefine its business and focus on different core areas as pillars of future growth. Datacenters, IoT, and memory are in — and both its mobile business and PC sales are out.