How a sunglasses entrepreneur helped end the golden age of the 35-millimeter film camera.
Epidemiologist want to forecast disease like meteorologists forecast rain. And the way people browse Wikipedia could be the key, they say.
How Nest is turning its consumer hit into a service for utilities.
The inventor of a breakthrough DNA test for Down syndrome says the technology can be used to screen people for cancer.
A new device lets you use the unique pattern of your irises in place of passwords–and the technology will also be built into laptops.
A smartphone-connected device delivers electrical stimulation to nerves in the head.
It’s easy to imagine that our whiz-bang gadgets have made us more productive than ever. But what if that’s simply not the case?
The Singularity Summit approaches this weekend in New York. But the Microsoft cofounder and a colleague say the singularity itself is a long way off.
Over four decades at MIT, Walter Lewin got undergraduates excited about physics. Now his lectures are reaching millions of students around the world.