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Tapping into the processing power of the human brain could help computers with some tasks.
A new handheld ultrasound device could be the first that can connect directly to cell-phone and Wi-Fi networks.
Software lets citizens snap and geographically tag urban blight.
One of the Internet’s oldest tools is getting a whole new set of functions.
The discovery could one day allow doctors to catch the disease before it’s done irreversible damage.
A new book argues that concentration of power is an inevitable result of new communications networks.
Data centers, under greater demand than ever, are looking to low-power chips as a way to save money—but switching won’t be easy.
In the mobile-phone battle zone, each successive gadget tries to shoot down its predecessors.