Knitted Supercapacitors to Power Smart Shirts
Who doesn't want a smarter shirt?
Who doesn't want a smarter shirt?
Using machine intelligence and data mining, this entrepreneur can make predictions about future events
Will 5G become the backbone of the Internet of Things?
A Silicon Valley production re-creates the Doug Engelbart demo that foreshadowed modern computing
As if a traditional Rubik's Cube wasn't hard enough, a new algorithm can turn any shape into a twisting puzzle and then create it on a 3D printer
Computer scientists take valuable lessons from a human vs. AI competition of no-limit Texas hold'em
Top poker players fought a computer program to a draw despite winning slightly more chips
3-D microbatteries could power sensors and medical implants
Intel envisions Internet-connected vending machines that could serve both vendors and their customers better
IEEE brings together technology’s top women to talk about leaning in, stepping up, and solving problems—engineering and otherwise
A Carnegie Mellon computer program challenges human poker pros to 20,000 hands each over two weeks
Goldman Sachs jumps in on a 50 million dollar funding round for Circle, a Boston-based Bitcoin startup.
Facts that are often overlooked when Moore’s Law is discussed
Classified DARPA technology allows bullets to follow your directions after you fire them
SAP's Sports One combines on-field performance analysis software, with fan engagement and business operations support, in a single unified system
IBM's four-qubit array is the first to detect both types of quantum computing errors
Oculus Story Studio founders take inspiration from films, games, and live theater to do VR storytelling
A hunt for the very first time the term was used
A free phone app warns you when a red light is about to turn green
A home-brew programmer for the low-power Membership Card microcomputer
In the Bay Area this weekend? Want to experience a hackathon at Facebook? It’s not too late to Code for Cuba
Thinking about hatching a hardware company? A new incubator might be the place for you
After limited trials last season, Statcast, a radar and motion-capture system, is now ready for live TV coverage
Could allow mobile device use even when hands are full
Matter quantum repeaters: The end of a dogma?
A lower theoretical speed limit for quantum entanglement puts new bounds on future quantum computers
About a billion times more than they do now
This year’s list of Top Companies for Women Technologists includes four in the San Francisco Bay Area, three in New York City, and two near San Antonio, Texas
Researchers implement a 1998 proposal to control long-lived silicon qubits
Will the Internet of Things be a technological and economic panacea?
The Weissman Score, a compression algorithm metric created for HBO's Silicon Valley, is making its way into the real world
Stanford’s Tsachy Weissman and Vinith Misra created a fictional, but plausible, compression algorithm for HBO’s Silicon Valley comedy series
Spectrum’s 2014 Ranking
How Amazon and Netflix predict your preferences and prod you to purchase
We waste billions of dollars each year on entirely preventable mistakes
Web advertisers are stealthily monitoring our browsing habits—even when we tell them not to
To solve engineering problems, the go-to machine used to be analog, not digital