Gadgets with roots in African mines and Asian assembly lines might support forced labor or armed militias.
Augmented reality, the technology behind hit game “Pokémon Go,” is becoming increasingly appealing to investors and companies.
Bio-absorbable stents that eventually melt away inside the body have just won FDA approval.
The flying car has long been a feature of science fiction. But now, a small group of entrepreneurs want to turn fiction into a reality.
What makes Line the highest-grossing messaging app by far? Here’s an introduction to some features that distinguish it from other popular messaging apps.
Nintendo’s new smartphone game, Pokémon Go, has become an unexpected craze and it’s translating in a spike of $9 billion in market value for the company.
A model of a “Transit Elevated Bus” that will travel above China’s road traffic had its debut at the Beijing International High-Tech Expo.
Researchers at Tufts University have developed a solution made from silk that can coat produce and keep it fresh for a week without the need for a refrigerator.
A team of international scientists has found that the water on Mars isn’t just liquid, it’s boiling.
Smartphone-connected trash cans, water bottles, even egg trays: It’s hard to tell if these products are real or jokes. Joanna Stern takes a look at the trend of making everything “smarter.”
Videogaming as a spectator sport is drawing the attention of mainstream advertisers as they try to capitalize on the spending power of millions of gamers worldwide.