Financial service companies like banks have seen some of their business cannibalised over the years with the rise of digital-based alternatives — often in the form of apps — that provide lower fees, faster responsiveness and more flexibility to consumers.
That smart speaker in your home could serve as the base for another smart — and adorable — idea if you buy into what Eric Grudzien and Karen McIlquham have created.
Robots may reach the moon before humans return to it a NASA project has suggested.
A Microsoft general manager explains how people can start getting the skills they need for the quantum computing revolution today
Right now, the US has a limited talent pool of quantum computing experts.
…being “dangerous” and not understanding the power of its own technology . “They are like a toddler who has gotten his hands on a book of matches. Facebook has burned down the house over and over and…
In Rosa’s Garden, the recent iOS and Android game by Charlotte Madelon, soft shades of red, pink, and yellow fill the screen as roses emerge gracefully from the game’s digital earth.
If successful, they may make existing popular technologies obsolete over time.
Electrical engineers develop ‘beyond 5G’ wireless transceiver: Chip’s novel architecture enables ultra-fast data processing, less energy consumption
Labeled an “end-to-end transmitter-receiver” by its creators in UCI’s Nanoscale Communication Integrated Circuits Labs, the 4.4-millimeter-square silicon chip is capable of processing digital signals significantly faster and more energy-efficiently because of its unique digital-analog architecture.
Luminaries like former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and iRobot CTO Helen Greiner expect that one day, loquacious AI will provide companionship for the roughly 40% of elderly people who say they regularly experience loneliness.
There’s been a huge amount of publicity generated by Amazon Prime Day (publicity that, in all honesty, The Verge has contributed to, covering both Prime Day Deals and Prime Day boycotts).
Get up and go bots getting closer: Engineers succeed at 3D printing sensors embedded inside robots but find materials need improving
Researchers who specialize in 3D printing have long sought to make an entire robot in one print — a machine that would be able to walk itself away from the printer when it’s done.