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Facebook now builds wireless antennas that can beam Internet signals across cities and well beyond.
The world's hottest startup isn't located in Silicon Valley--it's in suburban Florida. KEVIN KELLY explores what Magic Leap's mind-bending technology tells us about the future of virtual reality.
Computing giant Nvidia has announced the world's first "supercomputer in a box" - the DGX-1.
In the old days, it was common to hear a computer chip referred to as an "electronic brain."
Makers around the world use affordable microcomputers as the digital brain for their hardware projects.
Hey, remember when the FCC reassured us last year that it wasn't going to lock down Wi-Fi routers?
Now Dropbox has cut out the middleman and built its own super servers, challenging the internet's biggest cloud computing companies.
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Incorporating a number of quantum technologies on a single chip, researchers claim that their work paves the way for building quantum computing circuits into a range of everyday devices
Science and technology have always cut with double-edged swords, capable of both propelling humanity to new achievements while threatening us with potential catastrophe.
The Raspberry Pi 3 is 50 percent faster than its predecessor and now includes both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Here's our first look at these big upgrades for the $35 computer.
Raspberry Pi 3 is imminent -- and the new RPI will include built-in Wi-Fi. A mini computer that has won fans among hardcore techies, avid hobbyists and everyday users, the Raspberry Pi will now make a real push toward widespread adoption as it includ
This is the most ridiculous thing I've built in a long while: a full-size, real-life emoji keyboard, made of 14 keyboards and over 1,000 individually placed stickers. And yet, it's got everything from Unicode 8 -- but not yet the candidates from Unic
The open source operating system is fast becoming an essential building block of business, powering everything from drones and TVs to the infrastructure that tackles the toughest tech challenges.
The mayor of Borgofranco d'Ivrea, a town in Piedmont, has ordered Wi-Fi to be turned off in two schools over health fears.
If you want to piss off an electrical engineer, tell them that future electronics might be built using a room-temperature metallic glue instead of conventional soldering techniques. Despite the tedium, burns, bad joins, and dangerous lead fumes, sold