The device helped notify autistic children which emotions people were expressing. We haven't heard from Google Glass since its newer, sleeker version came out in July 2017 with a focus on assisting in
Chuck La Tournous, founder of RandomMaccess, says that his Apple Watch played a key role in identifying that he had multiple blood clots, and is now helping him beat diabetes … NordVPN Writing in MacWorld,
(Reuters) - Eleven more U.S. states have joined a lawsuit against the Trump administration over the online distribution of blueprints for 3-D printed guns, after several states on Tuesday convinced a judge
It’s no secret that the number of hours teens spend on electronic devices has some impact on their well-being. What scientists disagree on, however, is just how much. The latest study, published in the
(CNN) — Gun-rights activists have reached a settlement with the government that will allow them to post 3-D printable gun plans online starting August 1. The settlement ends a multi-year legal battle started
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Kroger Co. is about to test whether it can steer supermarket customers away from crowded grocery aisles with a fleet of diminutive driverless cars designed to lower delivery costs.
3,500 Biohacking is as lively as ever in Sweden, with thousands of citizens now opting for surgically implanted microchips to access their personal information. Published June 28, 2018 | Photo by AP Photo/James
U.S. news WASHINGTON — Thousands of times a year, the nation's police departments get phone company records allowing them to plot the movements of individual customers. On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme will
Despite increased consumer interest, new scenarios, and multi-million-dollar investments, Internet of Things is still struggling with one of the worst problems of the hi-tech industry – security. The DDoS
All for around $25. We've seen smartphones work as electrocardiograms, so why not use them to test for glaucoma at home? That's the idea behind Cambridge Consultants' Viewi headset. Rather than hitting
Michigan may soon become the first state to allow self-driving cars on the road without a human driver sitting behind the steering wheel. Lots of companies are already testing self-driving cars on the
In Apple’s vision of the future, an iPhone can catch its own thief. According to a patent application filed Aug. 25, the iPhone maker is exploring the possibility of designing devices that covertly capture
A Silicon Valley software business is launching self-driving taxis later this month. It has no choice. In the new world order of software there are two choices: Quick or dead. Uber’s deal-making chief
A team of scientists from Oxford University used a virtual prototype to demonstrate how the natural movement of bacteria could be harnessed to turn cylindrical rotors and provide a steady power source.
The security nightmare posed by the Internet of Things isn’t just related to the lack of expertise in the types of companies adding connectivity to gizmos and gadgets. It’s the sensitivity of the connected
The most durable storage in history is in our own bodies. Researchers at the University of Washington, working with Microsoft, have encoded 202 megabytes of data onto synthetic DNA molecules. In a breakthrough
NBCBLK In the aftermath of the successive police-involved shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, and the deadly attack that left five police officers dead in Dallas, protesters have flooded
You may not 'like' the answer As social networks become more and more prominent in our lives, one has to wonder if we are happier being constantly connected. The Happiness Research Institute, an “independent
In the next few decades, about 56% of all salaried workers in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam could be displaced by automation and advanced technologies, such as 3D printing.
On Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg defended his decision to show a video of Philando Castile— a black man who was shot by the police at a routine traffic stop in Minnesota — on the Facebook Live video platform.