?The most fearsome specter brandished by the "artificial intelligence will ?enslave us all" crowd is the computer program that can adapt. Not only would such software's core function evolve and change, but it could survive both new and crum
Scientists have been working since 2008 to develop technology based on memristors (short for memory resistors), which promise computers that need never boot up and function more akin to the human brain – like neurons, they can retain information an
Adobe is announcing a slew of upcoming product updates today ahead of the NAB video conference, including an animation tool, a new mobile app, and some updates to Premiere Pro that may leave editors very happy.
While Microsoft used the Windows Blue codename for Windows 8.1 and Threshold for Windows 10, the software giant is planning to use Redstone for its 2016 plans
Haven For Humanity is an exciting project with the aim of encouraging people to harmonize with nature and learn self-sufficiency methods. The project founders describe it as a "budding paradigm-shift community center and natural hygiene inspiration
The "super material" isn't ready yet, but it's going to make future technologies so awesome.
Microsoft's new Surface 3 takes many of the qualities that made the Surface Pro 3 great, and puts them in a smaller, cheaper and lower-octane package. Let's see how it compares to Apple's latest 11-in MacBook Air.
The Asus Chromebit, announced by Google today, packs a lot of computing power into a little itty bitty form factor and a sub-$100 price point...
CAESAR SENGUPTA REACHES into his hip pocket and pulls out a PC. About the size of a cigar, it's a tiny PC.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett says that the decision on whether humans live or die will be left to artificial intelligence when self-driving cars become a reality.
The celebrated release in January of the Samsung Gear VR, co-created by Oculus, set into motion an official paradigm change.
Microsoft Surface 3: Still Cheap, But Finally Full Windows
After so many years of unfulfilled promise, virtual reality--and its cousin, augmented reality--are finally moving towards the mainstream.
It is the first time any company has ever been valued at more than $1tn, and would make Apple more valuable than the gross domestic product (GDP) of Indonesia, the Netherlands or Saudi Arabia, according to World Bank statistics.
The lure of quantum entangled computing is strong, as it can provide a means of impenetrable encryption -- but the hardware has always been too bulky to make it practical.
Before the dream of quantum computing is realized, a number of inherent problems must first be solved.
Without much fanfare, this month Microsoft announced that it is phasing out its notorious Internet browser called Internet Explorer. The DoJ was the main player in a story that seems to be oddly forgotten.
The smart headphones are designed to bring a new level of immersion to virtual reality, gaming and other media through haptic feedback and a more immersive sound technology.
An experimental Pentagon program has already developed two types of a highly advanced, Terminator-like prosthetic arm.
First, we must understand why we can't make hardware free the same way we make software free. Hardware and software are fundamentally different. A program, even in compiled executable form, is a collection of data which can be interpreted as instru
"Effectively every single human being on the planet is going to be part of a manmade system for the first time," Rothkopf said.
Google Now, the card-based dashboard that provides a custom overview of what's coming up on your schedule, how hellish your commute will be, what news you might like to read and more, is an immensely helpful tool for Android users.
By today's standards, early 1980s home computing was a very BASIC affair (excuse the pun). But for those who lived through it, it was an enlightening period of simple wonder and creative experimentation.
WonderCube is a 1-inch (2.5 cm) cube keyring that's designed to function as a numerous accessories for your iOS or Android smartphone.
ExoNet and ExoKey create an encrypted personal virtual private network back to the user's home network to evade eavesdropping on untrusted Wi-Fi networks and secure traffic all the way back to a trusted exit for $100.
As the internet of things grows to encompass many more "things," so are the number of wireless ways to connect them. Wi-Fi, ZigBee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth Low Energy and cellular are being embedded in every manner of gadget from thermostats to cars, b
A bunch of companies seem to believe that computers you wear on your face are the next big thing.
The promise of quantum computing is computers powerful enough to break the encryption techniques we now use to protect the world's data.
The world's highest capacity MicroSD card
Sony unveiled a new, much-enhanced prototype of its Project Morpheus virtual reality hardware for PlayStation 4 at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, saying that it intended to release the peripheral in the first half of 2016