What would it cost to move some of the world's most famous landmarks to new locations?
Disney has plans to make the Star Wars galaxy the setting for the widespread introduction of virtual reality and augmented reality to the public at large.
A new augmented reality game is being developed to help stroke victims stick to their rehabilitation regimen.
Two ex-Googlers release a new phone app that uses A.I. to become a safe, understanding listener.
Ready Player One's spectacular VR OASIS experience has us wondering how achievable it really is and when we'll start seeing immersive VR movies.
Infographics look at jobs 95% likely to be taken by robots and the working hours that will be lost.
A rocket company launches an orbiting artwork for all the world to see, whether they want to or not.
Shanghai scientist Ruxin Li has already built the world’s most powerful lasers, and he plans a new one that can rip matter from empty space.
A new report finds China is now the leading nation in the publication of science and engineering research.
Facebook announces a new unit of time called the “flick” that simplifies the creation of VR content.
University of Bristol scientists find a way to levitate large objects with sound waves.
Given the premium placed on slender, lightweight mobile technology, the removal of speakers could free up space inside Google devices. No speakers necessary.
Our bodies may fight Cas9 proteins.
The fragility of digital memory could let the entire story of our time turn to sand.
Facebook has been cataloguing our faces because…um.
Genetic editing in people gathers steam.
A little time, a little pressure, and no more smashed phone.
Aging lithium-ion batteries have Apple, and other phone makers, in a corner.
“Cha-ching!” go the corporate coffers.
The government decides the risk of research into dangerous viruses is worth the reward.