And most of it will come on tablets, they say.
And four other intriguing things: pastoral capitalism, turning animal videos into data, Kim Gordan with Sun Ra, and robot exceptionalism.
Terrifying weapon, or delightful plaything? You decide!
If you want to dive deep, there are only two ways: transform your body or wear armor.
And four other intriguing things: stardust, epigentics, rat dipping, and what happens after the explosion.
A Q&A with the makers of Pop, the new app that lets you talk in text, pictures, videos ... and GIFs
And four other intriguing things: personal thermal imaging, thawed viruses, octopus wrestling, and the everyday GPS tracker.
And four other intriguing things: Mark Penn at Microsoft, a better virtual-reality headset, feminist data, and the ghosts of Fukushima.
The brain-net, troll theory, art and surveillance, standing at the bottom of the ocean, and the drug argot.
It's what's keeps us tethered to the quaint notion that "a day" is equal to one rotation of the Earth.
The submersible descends into the darkness.
The scourge of false spring, noise pollution, Whole Foods pseudoscience, solar war, and a large purple jellyfish.
Big Ag Data, the birth of the rave, uncanny empathy, two flavors of sublime, and a history of Detroit in glass.
Each year, half a million horseshoe crabs are captured and bled alive to create an unparalleled biomedical technology.
Facebook in the developing world, how the last animal died, technodystopian fiction, Iceland's data havens, and the School for Poetic Computation.
A $25 billion plan, a small town, and a half-century of wrangling over the most important resource in the biggest state
Wild new batteries, the anachronism of parenting, the parable of the fire station, the stench of cities, and strange electronic music for babies.
The Hasidic community is debating the same thing Internet pundits are: What is WhatsApp, really?
On the invention of pagination.
Everyone is already on the telephone network.