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The search giant says patents are rubbish. Yet it’s accumulating more of them than ever.
Google may choose to expand its service, but there’s little incentive for established players to come up to speed.
The world’s largest search engine is now experimenting with jewelry that would eliminate the need to remember dozens of passwords.
The pioneering Doug Engelbart invented things that transformed computing, but he also intended them to transform humans.
The creator of the Wolfram Alpha search engine explains why he thinks your life should be measured, analyzed, and improved.
Genetic logic gates will enable biologists to program cells for chemical production and disease detection.
A computer two millimeters square is the start of an effort to make chips that can put computer power just about anywhere for the vaunted “Internet of Things.”
Monsanto and others look to RNA interference to fight widespread bee-killing mites.
Google’s Petr Mitrichev is the all-time champion of competitive programming, a little-known sport where tech giants scout for talent.
Amazon says it wants to offer 30-minute drone delivery. But companies actually working on the technology outline the limitations.