At CES, where Internet-connected devices abound, Samsung says all its products will be connected by 2020.
A Caltech researcher thinks arrays of tiny wind turbines could produce cheaper power than big ones.
Startup VA-ST thinks its depth-sensing glasses can help people with little sight get around more easily.
A startup called Energous aims to let you charge your gadgets without plugging them in.
Hacking tools that burrow inside hard disk drives could also be made by nongovernment hackers.
Half a century ago, Edward Lorenz, SM ‘43, ScD ‘48, overthrew the idea of the clockwork universe with his ground-breaking research on chaos. Now MIT professors are working to establish a climate research center in his name.
If you live in a big city, you are more likely to catch flu but less likely to die of a heart attack or be diagnosed with diabetes, say public health scientists.
An automated rap-generating algorithm pushes the boundaries of machine creativity, say computer scientists.
A new process can cheaply clean extremely briny water coming up from oil wells.