The Royole Corporation beat Samsung to the punch when it recently released the world's first commercially available folding smartphone.
According to new research carried out by Coinbase, we’re witnessing a significant rise in the number of universities teaching their students about blockchain and cryptocurrencies. It turns out that 42% […]
... and also the return of the (mini) Mac.
Future or extraterrestrial civilizations could create megastructures the size of a solar system.
Build up, tear down—new technology stirs up a cycle of progress and cynicism we've seen all throughout history.
The Seattle tech magnate died from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
The truth is a messy business, but an information revolution is coming. Danny Hillis and Peter Hopkins discuss knowledge, fake news and disruption at NeueHouse in Manhattan.
A new report from Bloomberg describes how Chinese subcontractors secretly inserted microchips into servers that wound up in data centers used by nearly 30 American companies.
Easter eggs have been hidden in video games since Atari's Adventure; now Google search has hidden an entire adventure game.
The human mind is like a Turing machine, says Daniel Dennett. It's made up of unthinking cogs – but when combined in the right order, their motion gives rise to consciousness.