Startup Pavegen has already installed floor tiles to harness the power of footsteps; now it wants to put that technology inside your shoes.
New funding methods claim to democratize investment in innovation, but important technologies still struggle.
The idea that particular individuals drive history has long been discredited. Yet it persists in the tech industry, obscuring some of the fundamental factors in innovation.
Some patients are bringing troves of fitness-tracker data to their checkups, but the doctor might not find it all that helpful.
A global meeting in Washington, D.C., isn’t just about whether or not we should alter our species with CRISPR. It’s about how we can pull it off.
By exploiting the plumbing of the Web, researchers have created a new way around online censorship that governments could struggle to shut down.
Self-driving cars are already cruising the streets. But before they can become widespread, carmakers must solve an impossible ethical dilemma of algorithmic morality.
Vyclone turns a phone into an automated editing suite, mashing up videos recorded simultaneously from different angles.
Chankillo, a Peruvian “Stonehenge”, has 13 towers in a straight line. Nobody knows why but one physicists thinks that software for simulating the position of the Sun for solar panels can help
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