If your autonomous car has to decide who gets to live -- you or the people it's heading for on the highway -- what's the right answer? Executive Editor Ken Mingis, Senior Writer Lucas Mearian and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw have some
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A hacker has stolen databases from three U.S. healthcare organizations and has advertised more than 9.3 million patient records as up for sale.
The business model that has helped Uber, Airbnb and Alibaba succeed is certain to spread to every sector of the economy.
While 3D printer sales are expected to grow over the next four years, the consumer market has failed to take off. The reason? Buyers are still trying to figure out why they’d need a 3D printer at all.
The list includes nanosensors that will circulate through the human body, a battery that will be able to power an entire town and socially aware artificial intelligence that will track our finances and health.
Enterprise mobile management suites are adding app- and content-management features to the roster of duties they perform.