There's reportedly a Watson tablet and computer app doctors can use to help treat lung cancer and another for health insurance companies to figure out which claims to pay.
The online social network is looking to enhance the range of emoticons that users can add to their posts to convey different feelings.
When technology heavy hitters break out hard hats and building permits it usually gets people's attention as the projects often become interesting design subjects.
The printer features stereolithography, which uses a laser to cure liquid resin into microscopic layers, resulting in much more precise creations.
Officials are worried about data protection, but a decision to block use of the service in House offices is still a curious one.
Many viewers, especially younger ones who are a key target for advertisers, will tune in to the big game on multiple screens.
The ad features comedic actors Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd, who both played parts in the movie “Knocked Up."
There are tricks to creating passwords that are not only seemingly random but also easy to recall.
The new feature is compelling because it gives you a brief window into what people all over the world are seeing.
Consumers will buy twice as many phablets in 2015 than they did in 2012, predicts market intelligence firm ABI Research.
Schmidt says the country's virtual isolation is detrimental, economically speaking.
The stats are good news following a brouhaha that erupted last month over the photo-sharing app's terms of service.
It’s not just the FBI and Facebook that are harvesting people’s facial measurements; drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, may someday use the technology as well.
While the site appears to offer simple cloud storage for now, Mega says it will release more features in the coming weeks, including mobile access and sync tools for all major platforms.
The company says it will release a patch that will fix 86 vulnerabilities in Java 7.