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3M’s new silver nanowire films could lead to large, interactive, and ultimately flexible displays.
A novel vaccine design could lead to new weapons against often deadly bacterial infections.
Hardware designed specifically to run complex neural networks could let personal devices make sense of the world.
Developers hope apps that improve upon their smartphone versions will help Google’s head-worn computer catch on.
Advanced technologies are affecting everything from our sense of privacy and free speech to the types of jobs that are available to the foods that we eat. In our best features this year, we got into these highly controversial topics.
MindMeld analyzes your conversations and tries to offer helpful info from the Web. It’s a cool idea, but it doesn’t work as well as it needs to.
A bubble formed around social media in 2013. But other companies, nations, and ordinary people struggled to find advantage in technological change.
Tesla’s profitable cars, cheap LEDs, half-price nuclear, and cheaper carbon capture are highlights of this year’s progress in clean energy.
Fitness bands, watches, smoke detectors: what will be put online next?
Along with NSA spying revelations, 2013 brought faster wireless technologies, global connectivity expansion, and new communications business models.