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The research lab will be home to a 512-qubit quantum computer built by Canadian company D-Wave Systems.
Members of Congress have highlighted privacy concerns over Google Glass and the possible misuse of information.
The team behind the Pebble smart watch has picked up Series A funding from US investors, allowing it to expand its support team for third-party developers.
Telcos need to start developing applications and services if they want to make money from machine-to-machine technology.
I had a hulking, 45-pound quad-core Mac Pro for years. But my little, 3-pound i7 MacBook Air has faster Geekbench scores and feels snappier. This is why tablets are winning.
The country is second only to Brazil in trusting technology enough to completely control vehicles. China was third, while Japan ranked 10th. Globally about 6 in 10 on average trust driverless cars.
Jim Hagemann Snabe offers the audience a lesson on Darwin and natural selection. Live from the company's Sapphire Now conference in Orlando.
Google is distributing hundreds of environmental sensors across the Moscone Centre in San Francisco to monitor everything from footsteps to air quality.
Sony's new Xperia ZR smartphone comes with a smaller screen and less memory than the flagship Xperia Z, but it can be taken that extra bit deeper under water.
As ICANN begins making its initial approvals of generic top-level domain names, it has admitted that it can't predict whether it will make life easier for users or simply more confusing.
The roll-out of smart meters across the UK has been delayed over fears that the technology required won't be up to standard in time.
Government has embarked on a mission to develop its next supercomputer which will be ready by 2020, aiming for exaflop capability or 1 quintrillion computations per second.
Will new mobile tools replace traditional doctor visits, or reach out to those who don't have readily available medical facilities?
In its third year of existence, CRM Idol has become one of the ways that emerging technology companies in the customer-facing space (CRM, social, marketing, sales, customer service, etc) get visibility and build a name for themselves.
The market for wearable electronics will more than triple in the next five years, according to a new report. And it's coming to an enterprise near you.