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CESAsia 2015: China’s Consumer Tech Market Moves Upscale
The future may be driven by the appetite of China’s smaller cities for better goods and services
(May 28, 2015)
New Pedestrian Detector from Google Could Make Self-Driving Cars Cheaper
A deep learning system works 60 times faster than previous methods
(May 28, 2015)
Big Data Is Transforming Medicine
New self-monitoring devices will help collect our vital stats into powerful databases, allowing us...
(May 28, 2015)
CESAsia 2015: Stephen's Show Floor Sightings
A quick sampling of the interesting—and quirky—gadgets on offer at the expo
(May 28, 2015)
A Tool for Analyzing H-1B Visa Applications Reveals Tech Salary Secrets
Google and Facebook salaries level off, Netflix pays big bucks for software engineers
(May 28, 2015)
Q&A: Kári Stefánsson Says Medical Privacy Is Overrated
Our reluctance to share our medical data isn’t just preventing breakthroughs, it’s “morally...
(May 28, 2015)
100,000 People, 250 Biomarkers, and the Quest for Good Health
The 100K Wellness Project aims to meticulously monitor subjects for 25 years
(May 28, 2015)
The Tech Giants’ Plan to Mine Our Bodies for Data—and Profit
Apple, Google, and Samsung want to capitalize on your personal health data. But is there really big...
(May 27, 2015)
Q&A: New Technologies Let Patients Wrest Control From Doctors, Says Eric Topol
Medicine can change if patients and payers demand it
(May 27, 2015)
The Quantified Olympian: Wearables for Elite Athletes
Baseball pitchers, cyclists, and other competitors seek an edge with new gadgets
(May 27, 2015)
CESAsia 2015: Batteries Are Strangling Mobile Electronics
We need better energy storage—or a way to avoid having to use it
(May 27, 2015)
Diabetes Has a New Enemy: Robo-Pancreas
Sensors, actuators, and algorithms can automatically control blood sugar
(May 27, 2015)
CESAsia 2015: Highlights From Day Two
Hits from the show floor
(May 27, 2015)
It’s Too Soon to Call This the Anthropocene Era
We humans can cause earth a lot of damage, but we don’t hold the whip hand
(May 27, 2015)
Damage Recovery Algorithm Could Make All Robots Unstoppable
Robots break all the time, and if they could just deal with it themselves, we'd all be a lot happier
(May 27, 2015)
Laser Links Give Aging Supercomputers a Second Wind
Free-space optics help old computers learn new tricks
(May 27, 2015)
What Not to Do With Self-driving Cars
Never enlist your friends or colleagues to be living, breathing crash test dummies
(May 27, 2015)
Lidar-on-a-Chip: Scan Quickly, Scan Cheap
Phased-array laser scanner may finally give cars the sharp vision they need
(May 27, 2015)
Molecular Electronics Takes Large Stride Forward
Simple process improves single-molecule diodes performance by 50 times
(May 26, 2015)
Special Report: CESAsia 2015
The latest on consumer electronics from Shanghai with twice daily updates from our CES ninja,...
(May 26, 2015)