The demise of the Google(x) moonshot leaves the future of stratospheric internet access in doubt.
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The playful Snap Spectacles fared no better than Google Glass. Applications and core components must continue to advance to support the potential of smart eyewear.
Cortana may not have Alexa's industry support, but it's far from buried. Microsoft's agent has a unique opportunity to bring greater productivity to workers and even other agents, but it needs some near-term proof points.
The company improved its hit-and-miss home console record with the Switch while the Switch Lite is heir to its portable device legacy. With those products covering the range of console gaming settings, Nintendo will have to push something aside as it considers future consoles.
In the past, small laptops have usually been cheap netbooks or expensive toys. But a Chinese startup is readying a coat pocket companion that makes a 7-inch laptop practical.
Adding a simple light to a tongue depressor might begin a path toward crowdsourced data about warning signs for oral disease. Welcome to the Internet of Tongues.
As Apple and Google prepare new home products to compete with the Echo, Amazon is exploring new categories in an effort to shore up Alexa's head start as the leading domestic voice agent.
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.
Two Kickstarter projects offer simpler and cheaper but less functional alternatives for peace of mind.
The rise of machine intelligence is often associated with the downfall of humanity, but analysis of clinical data is improving outcomes. That's making doctors more informed, not more redundant, for now.