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Commerce Wants Your Thoughts on Preliminary Internet of Things Guidance

January 13 As connected devices proliferate, the internet of things could eventually "increas[e] efficiency and convenience for industry, consumers and government to ...

General Motors CEO Chairs Federal Committee on Automation, Self-Driving Cars

January 13 The advisory committee will focus on research and policy around automated vehicles.

SpaceX’s Leaked Finances Show Elon Musk Is Betting Big on Satellite Internet

January 13 The company hopes to generate enormous revenue by selling internet service from space.

If You Want Affordable Internet in Africa, Move to a Country on the Coast

January 13 In sub-Saharan Africa, a major obstacle that keeps millions from achieving universal digital access is geographical location.

The Drones of ISIS

January 12 Islamic State fighters are launching an ever-wider assortment of deadly drones, even as their UAV factories come under heavy attack.

To Hide Dismal Reality of Flying, Airlines Try Virtual Reality on Passengers

January 12 Better entertainment options could distract cramped passengers from the pains of traveling economy.

Don’t Want a Robot to Steal Your Job? Be Creative

January 12 Cheap computing power and rapidly advancing AI mean that machines already outperform us on tasks that involve retaining, processing and repeating rule-based ...

Why Injecting Personality in Technology Makes People Angry

January 12 Talking bots make people mad, product designers have found.

Apple Has Already Cornered Over 40% of the Wireless Headphone Market

January 11 The wireless headphone market is starting to look a lot like the early smartphone market.

Transportation Secretary Nominee Wants Agency to ‘Keep Pace’ with Innovation

January 11 Elaine Chao emphasized a need to keep up with emerging tech to make public security and safety gains.

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