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Bitcoin itself may fail as a currency, but the underlying technology is beginning to suggest valuable new applications.
Precise and easy ways to rewrite human genes could finally provide the tools that researchers need to understand and cure some of our most deadly genetic diseases.
For its wearable computer to be accepted, Google must convince people that the device isn’t creepy.
The charming automated assistant in Spike Jonze’s new movie isn’t realistic. But if they were designed thoughtfully, computerized interlocutors could make us better people.
Smart watches risk becoming just another irritating gadget unless their makers learn to use AI and sensors to take advantage of the fact that they’re worn all day.
Windows 8 gets a lot right, but Microsoft’s determination to offer computer and mobile users the same interface makes the operating system somewhat weird.
The bitcoin, a virtual medium of exchange, could be a real alternative to government-issued money—but only if it survives hoarding by speculators.
Why getting more gadgets won’t necessarily increase our well-being.
After spending millions of dollars on legal fees, film studios should stop suing downloaders and take better advantage of what they do.
I thought that glasses with “augmented reality” would be hopelessly dorky and could never go mainstream—until I saw the technology in action.