AI can let you lie with photos. But you don't want a photo untouched by digital processing.
Laced across the cold depths of the world's oceans is a network of multimillion-dollar cables, which have become the vital connections of our online lives.
Bidirectional charging is shaping up to be a game changer in how we manage our energy use. But first, it needs to show up in more EVs.
Volunteer-based organizations like NYC Mesh aim to close the digital divide and build real-life connections.
Intel is moving its processors to a new foundation to try to keep up with exploding demand for new computing horsepower.
Samsung and other makers of Android phones see foldable designs as the key to where the smartphone is headed. But in Seoul, foldables are already everywhere.
Teachers and students are already harnessing the power of AI, with an eye toward the future.
Commentary: Generative AI can help democratize 3D design, but it won't replace skilled artistry anytime soon.
Automation, algorithms and machine learning are taking over recruitment and hiring. How do we compete with the rise of robots?
Remote workers who take root in local communities are accused of being gentrifiers and colonialists, but there are ways to minimize your impact.