The smartphone revolution will include unprecedented surveillance by companies hoping to make money from user data.
An Amazonian future of many screens and few processors.
A common piece of advice given to entrepreneurs may lead them to overlook or dismiss good ideas.
Ever wanted to scan another website without switching browser tabs? Glimpse is for you.
When viewers decide what’s on TV, who wins?
Astrophysicists have built and tested the building blocks of a global detector capable of spotting topological defects in the cosmos as the Earth passes through them
Replacing terrestrial broadcasts with a cellular network capable of video-on-demand won’t make sense unless viewing habits change dramatically, concludes a new study on the future of television
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will leave a legacy of progress on spectrum policy and broadband expansion—in a nation of monopolies charging high prices.
HBO mulls breaking apart from the bundle. Will its broadband partners acquiesce?
A professional medical geneticists group recommends that certain genetic risk factors be examined in all medical DNA sequence tests.