Know what makes a good stylus? Your finger. Know what makes an even better stylus? Your fingernail.
China and the E.U. are also setting deadlines for 5G implementation, but South Korea is throwing way more money at the technology
Glenn Fleishman rebuts Marc Andreessen’s Bitcoin primer.
A more efficient, sugar-powered battery developed by a team at Virginia Tech could help move the technology out of the lab and into your favorite gadget.
A feat of human ingenuity so advanced, it’ll make you glower dubiously at every cookie you put to your lips from here until the end of days.
A web visionary makes the case for virtual currency having world-changing implications.
Someday, just about anything and everything will have a brain of some kind. But what about a voice?
Instead of going to the store and grabbing an incandescent off the shelf, you now have several options when shopping for light bulbs.
After CES, the future of 3D printers seems just a bit brighter. But how bright?
Clearly we’ve reached the pinnacle of human ingenuity.
Last week’s CES gadgetfest in Las Vegas was full of product demonstrations that were neat, futuristic or some combination thereof. But I only saw one that looked like science fiction.
The swish was so deafening it could be heard in Reno and felt as far away as Los Angeles.