The first major conference for the digital currency suggests it is gaining legitimacy, but in a manner disappointing to some early enthusiasts.
Artificial retinas give the blind only the barest sense of what’s visible, but researchers are working hard to improve that.
book review Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen are more sober than starry-eyed in this worthwhile look at how a pervasive Internet changes censorship, privacy, identity, government, and war.
Transparent, shape-changing plastics could make touch screens and keyboards that stimulate users’ sense of touch.
Broadband communication and custom signal-processing chips power a new brain-recording device that may one day help paralyzed people.
A new wireless brain implant could be an important step toward technology that lets people with mobility problems control a computer or wheelchair with their thoughts.
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Here is the plan. Customize several Gulfstream business jets with military engines and with equipment to produce and disperse fine droplets of sulfuric acid. Fly the jets up around 20 kilometers—significantly higher than the cruising altitude for a commercial jetliner but still well within their range. At that altitude in the tropics, the aircraft are in the lower stratosphere. The planes spray the sulfuric acid, carefully controlling the rate of its release.
The software company Autodesk doesn’t manufacture anything. But it stills play a role in the manufacturing economy: engineers, industrial designers, and factory builders rely on its design software to plan out and improve on their ideas before making big investments.
When my iPhone's battery hits the 20% mark, I drop everything and look for the closest outlet available.
For anyone who dreads the sight of those "Low Battery" pop-ups on their iPhone, watch below for five different tips and tricks to save battery life on your iPhone.
The health tech industry clearly sees an opening, with many fitness-tracking devices on display.
A parade of fitness gadgets at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas may be just the antidote for the couch-potato behavior induced by all the 3-D televisions, gaming laptops, and other gizmos on display at the show.