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A cutting-edge corner of science is being wooed by Silicon Valley, to the dismay of some academics.
For its wearable computer to be accepted, Google must convince people that the device isn’t creepy.
Does society really want extremely private mobile devices if they make life easier for criminals? Apple’s newly toughened standards sharpen the focus on that question.
As Google Glass gains momentum, companies and researchers are trying to decide what will be the next big breakthrough in wearable technology.
Google may choose to expand its service, but there’s little incentive for established players to come up to speed.
GE, the world’s largest manufacturer, is on the verge of using 3-D printing to make jet parts.
Amazon says it wants to offer 30-minute drone delivery. But companies actually working on the technology outline the limitations.
Hard-drive maker HGST has tamed the manufacturing challenges to bringing high-capacity, energy-efficient helium-filled drives to market.
A tiny, unobtrusive brain monitor could help track daily seizures.
Would you let a startup track your social media accounts and credit-card transactions in exchange for cash?