Radio-frequency signals can be used to track peoples' movements in their own homes.
Technology that enables telemedicine is set to change the medical field for patients, doctors, and investors.
The person whose phone was affected would have been given no indication that others were eavesdropping.
Big Think's Bitcoin and crypto correspondent Reuben Jackson answers some of digital currency's biggest questions.
There's a lot of confusion as to what AI, machine learning, and robotics do. Sometimes, they can all be used together.
Berkeley scientists develop a technology that uses smartphones to help treat an infectious illness.
Is Disney creating a G-Rated Westworld? Disney Enterprises recently filed a patent for a "soft body robot for physical interaction with humans." The result may be similar to Baymax, the inflatable therapeutic robot from Disney's Big Hero 6.
You are already a cyborg! Here's 10 ways you could merge even more with technology in the coming decade.
Hello Barbie, the new interactive doll from Mattel, has some security flaws. As the Internet of Things becomes a reality, manufacturers must make security a priority.
We build tools, and those tools determine, construct, and guide our lives. Should we welcome the assistance that artificially intelligent machines provide?
Health apps aren't regulated by the medical industry and there's little in the way of standardization, making them unreliable and a risky investment for some consumers.
The app is the TurboTax of the Supplemental Assistance Nutrition Program, asking users application questions in a more familiar language than the legalese of official documents.
“Smart” data disclosures offer “a new tool that helps provide consumers with greater access to the information they need to make informed choices.”