CIO Briefing

Tomorrow’s Office Furniture Will Be Rapidly 3-D-Printed in Pools of Goo

Steelcase, one of the largest office furniture firms in the world, has partnered with MIT to create this new form of 3D printing.

Emerging Tech

It’s Getting Harder And Harder to Tell a Self-Driving Car From a Regular One

As with smartphones, digital cameras, and most other technology, when demand increases, the size of the sensing technology gets more compact.

Emerging Tech

Facebook Really Wants Developers to Make VR a Thing

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has pushed VR as the future of computing.

CIO Briefing

Apple Brought the iPhone’s Most Eye-Pleasing Feature to the Mac

"Night Shift" allows users to adjust the color temperature of their device’s display.

Emerging Tech

Intel’s $15 Billion Bet That Its Future Lies in Self-Driving Cars

Intel plans to purchase Mobileye, an Israeli-based company that builds vision systems for cars.

IT Modernization

Update Twitter and Free Up a Lot of Space on Your iPhone

Twitter updated its iPhone app today with a new feature that lets users do some spring cleaning.

Emerging Tech

MIT’s New Robot Reads Your Thoughts and Knows When It Made a Mistake

Instead of taking over for a computer, typing instructions onto keyboards, or speaking them aloud, what if you could just think them?

Emerging Tech

IBM Thinks It’s Ready to Turn Quantum Computing Into an Actual Business

IBM has announced it is forming IBM Q, a new division around its quantum computing research.

IT Modernization

UPS Is Testing Drones That Allow Its Delivery Trucks to Be in Two Places at Once

Spending all day waiting for a package delivery may one day be a thing of the past.

IT Modernization

It’s Looking More Likely That the Next iPhone Will Have Wireless Charging

One of the most annoying things about smartphones is that they never last as long as we need them to.

Emerging Tech

This Startup Thinks Future of Deliveries Is an Ostrich-Shaped Robot

This leggy robot that can traverse any awkward footings that come naturally, or at least more easily, to humans.