In a major advancement in nanomedicine, Arizona State University (ASU) scientists, in collaboration with researchers from the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST), of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, have successfully programmed nanorobots to shrink tumors by cutting off their blood supply.
Connected cars are transforming the automotive industry and introducing changes to the sector that could be as revolutionary as Henry Ford’s moving assembly line in 1913. As modern vehicles increasingly resemble computers and data centres on wheels, adding Internet connectivity marks an inflection point.
China Mobile plans to give $303 million in Internet of Things subsidies to help fuel IoT advancement.
The Internet of Things market will likely become a $1.23 trillion industry 2020.
Autodesk’s AVA chatbot is the ultimate customer service agent: empathetic, patient and unflappable under pressure. AVA, which stands for Autodesk Virtual Agent, was designed by New Zealand AI startup Soul Machines to have “emotions” and a virtual “nervous system” to listen to customers’ voices and… Read More
Google’s Pixel smartphone this year was a significant reset for the company’s mobile hardware strategy – and one that earned a lot of praise from customers and critics. Good news for those who liked it: Pixel’s successor will arrive sometime in 2017, as confirmed by… Read More
The renewable energy services company Arcadia Power has just launched a new product that allows renters across the U.S. to buy renewable energy.
Songdo, South Korea began its life as tidal marshland. Now it’s leading the charge into the future of smart cities. Once home to small-scale fishing operations, Songdo comprises massive, LEED-certified buildings, an efficient garbage collection system and even an island for rabbits.
One of the major disruption of the medical industry is the 3D printing of human organs and human skin.
These days, musician is pretty far down on Will.i.am’s resume. The lead Black Eyed Pea has been kicking around the halls of CES a bunch over the past several years with a series of often odd takes on various consumer electronic categories.