Microsoft, Uber, the Gates Foundation, and others want to make it easier to gather survivors’ plasma -- and disease-fighting antibodies.
As urban grocery stores struggle to stock enough produce for their customers, they’re finding a seedling of hope.
Onfido, an identity-verification company that works on immunity certificates, just raised a boatload of cash.
A sister company of Google is using balloons to bring the internet to the Amazon rain forest.
AMSilk has partnered with Omega to create a watch strap from its synthetic spider silk product called BioSteel, as spider silk fabric begins hitting the market.
Nike plans to release the world’s first high-performance, digitally connected smart shoe for ballers in February.
CES continues its long tradition of exhibiting some of the weirdest tech gadgets companies have to offer. And 2019 did not disappoint.
Coffee-making robots could soon be coming to a town near you. But they’re not as “futuristic” as they seem.
The F8 conference rages on and yesterday, Regina Dugan, the head of Facebook’s experimental technologies unit, Building 8, revealed that the company is developing a brain-computer interface that allows people to think-to-type at 100 words per minute. Oh, and also technology that lets the skin on your body mimic the function of an eardrum — […]