A New York hospital system tests a new way to use telemedicine, where E.R. doctors examine patients without being in the same room.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk wants to merge computers with human brains to help people keep up with machines.
Amazon is facing a setback in its efforts to modernize brick-and-mortar retail as technical glitches delay the opening of its first cashierless convenience store.
Uber Technologies is putting its autonomous vehicles back on city streets after an accident involving one of them in Tempe, Ariz., caused the company to halt its test program.
Facebook is getting more serious about the role it plays in your political life. The social network rolled out a civic outreach tool in the U.S. that identifies your elected officials, sends reminders to vote and goads you to pick up the phone.
The U.S. is losing the battle to supply the kind of cutting-edge production machinery behind the new automated factory floor, from digital machine tools to complex packaging systems and robotic arms. The equipment increasingly has to be imported from Europe or Japan.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8, which will be unveiled Wednesday, has a lot more at stake than sales targets: it must restore consumer trust and stabilize a brand dogged by political scandal, product recalls and privacy concerns.
A surveillance-camera company featured in a previous article about hacked devices said it is taking steps to harden its products against attacks.
Samsung Electronics’ chief executive said that officials see challenges in restructuring the sprawling Samsung conglomerate, with a continuing review revealing “adverse implications” to switching to a holding-company structure.
Software maker PTC has said its shift to a subscription model is attracting new customers, but its numbers look different from others that have undergone similar transitions.