By ZDNet Staff
| October 24, 2010 -- 23:38 GMT (16:38 PDT)
| Topic: Innovation
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
As folding screens get hot, PCs are left out in the cold
TVs and smartphones can benefit from flexible displays. But there's no sign yet of the tech bringing PCs to a new plateau of mobility.
GE sees digital ghost deployments in 2019
Microsoft: 'Expect a bumpy ride'. These are 2019's top 10 tech challenges
Microsoft forecasts how the world will respond to fake news, cyberattacks, AI, trade wars, and social-media regulation.
Alphabet's Loon forms advisory board as it works to build commercial business
Loon's business model is to partner with global telcos to expand Internet coverage to underserved areas.
Quickdraw: Flying robot scans shelves faster than clerks, ground robots
Brick-and-mortar retailers are using autonomous mobile robots to keep track of inventory and fight back against ecommerce.
$7.5 million to push last-mile drone delivery closer to reality
Drone logistics is still a hodgepodge of pilot programs and promising proposals. But urban drone delivery is coming.
UQ develops new ultrasound that listens to bacteria and cells
Cloud computing: Five key business trends to look out for
Vendor lock-in worries to creating a single version of cloud data: here are some trends to watch for.
Electric cars: Security flaws could let attackers control charging stations
Details emerge on three vulnerabilities found in Schneider Electric's EVlink Parking charging stations.