Every once in a while, a technology comes along with so much potential that people can't seem to stop talking about it. That's fun and exciting, but it can also be confusing. Not all of the people who
Henrik Ehrnrooth stands at the back left corner of an elevator at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York City, where he’s been staying during a visit to the U.S. A rider feels an elevator’s vibrations
Farming might be plows and cows, but these plows are smarter than your phone. John Deere has been to CES before. The company known for its dark green tractors with the yellow deer on them has rubbed shoulders
What do you get when you put one internet-connected device on top of another? A little more control than you otherwise would in the case of Alias the “teachable ‘parasite'” — an IoT project smart speaker
Black Mirror, the TV series written by the smart and gloomy Charlie Brooker, appears to routinely predict and dramatize world news and policies. But instead of merely predicting the future, the newly “Bandersnatch”
When Jessie Battaglia started looking for a new babysitter for her 1-year-old son, she wanted more information than she could get from a criminal-background check, parent comments and a face-to-face interview.
Ethereum and ConsenSys co-founder Joe Lubin has said blockchain technology, which powers bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies, will cause society to move from a “scarcity to an abundance mindset.” Ethereum,
Investigation reveals that technology for autonomous lethal weapons with artificial intelligence is being funded by MoD Technologies that could unleash a generation of lethal weapons systems requiring
For $14.99 a month, riders get flat, heavily discounted fares that can save them 15 percent on travel Uber has a new plan to lock customers into its transportation ecosystem while also expanding the list
A quick drink at Enso Ango involves a little more effort than most hotels – the bar is in a different building from most of the bedrooms, a good 10-minute walk away. Breakfast in the hotel restaurant?
Tushar Kamble knew there was something wrong with his chilli plants when he noticed they were smaller than average, and the leaves were starting to curl. Last year the former academic, who’d taken a bold
Ask anyone which professional skill is most in demand right now, and they’ll likely say coding. But ask LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, and he’ll give you a different answer. As head of the world’s largest site,
“What is the sound of you?” This was a question Ancestry, the world’s largest for-profit genealogy company, recently asked its users. Its in-home saliva test can give you an idea of where you’ve come how
Why, then, is Adobe running scared? It veered off into Web analytics in 2009, paying about $1.8 billion for a firm (Omniture) that had only $296 million in revenue. Then it wanted to get into e-commerce,