An engineering professor at Carnegie Mellon says he’s invented technology that can identify someone from across the room with the precision of a fingerprint.
This Bay Area company says its website can treat the debilitating mental illness—and clinical psychology doesn’t disagree.
A new app makes it easier.
How "crisis mappers" activate after a catastrophe
Taser International stands to profit enormously from the country's fast adoption of police-worn cameras.
The vast technological change which has helped make a movement possible
“Photography is a form of power, and people are loath to give up power, including police officers.”
Police body cameras are meant to be a tool of public accountability. But even experts can't agree on how to make sure that happens.
The company's Web Services—which undergird Netflix, Healthcare.gov, and Spotify—might be the single most important piece of technology to the modern tech boom.
As technology and fashion converge, get ready for 3-D-printed shoes, special parkas for smoggy days, and maybe even jeans that fit.
A new report on worldwide emoji usage finds a new kind of national character. (Americans, by the way, adore the eggplant.)
Landsat 9 will launch in 2023, and promises the continuity of a critical, long-running database for imagery of the Earth's surface.
Google's huge market share is part of what strengthens the EU's antitrust case.
What the online juggernaut can learn from Time, USA Today, and MTV
And they won’t have to sip coffee out of Capri Sun pouches any longer.
The science behind beautiful seasonal blooming
Police-worn body cameras may be necessary, but we still need citizens who are brave enough to capture video of conflict.
Facebook data of baseball allegiances shows the geography of fandom.
When the government places a location monitor on you or your stuff, it could be violating the Fourth Amendment.
One of the most important security steps you can take is also one of the least intuitive.