Step aside, spider silk: the strongest material in the world can be found inside the mouths of rock-dwelling marine gastropods.
The 3D-mapping smartphone packs four cameras to map every surface around it, according to details spotted on a Chrome support site.
Technically Incorrect: Today, fridges, lights and thermostats. But in the future, just think of the fun your Internet-connected home might be. The show has only just begun. But what kind of a show will it be?
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Every year, Science magazine challenges PhD students to explain the topic of their thesis in the form of dance. This year's finalists are in.
The Israel-based company -- which has also partnered with Google on its Project Tango devices -- announces another tablet, with the goal of advancing 3D technology.
CNET breaks down Alibaba's sprawling e-commerce empire and explains why everyone's been talking about the Chinese company's initial public offering.
In the largest initial public offering in US history, Alibaba raises funds to fuel its global ambitions.
Search giant is investing in everything from broadband access to grocery deliveries. But it still hasn't found a way to turn them into moneymakers. Will that change soon?
Virtual reality may be one of the most important new frontiers in tech. But its pioneers still need to sell the public on the idea of reality-escaping face computers. Enter Google Cardboard.