The Newest $1 Billion Startup Is Led By One of Tech’s Youngest Female CEOs

The archetype of success in Silicon Valley may be slowly changing.

Wireless Charging Is Finally Possible. Here's How.

Here's some good news if your smartphone has a mediocre battery.

Scientists Developed an Electronic Pill to Analyze the Gas in Your Gut

A way to shed light on the mysteries of our digestive tract.

Arbitrary Deadlines Are the Enemy of Creativity, According to Harvard Research

"Develop an amazing new idea" is not something that slides into a schedule.

Amazon Echo’s Dominance in the Smart-Speaker Market Is a Lesson on the Virtue of Being First

Three years and change since Amazon first launched Alexa, the digital assistant has become a familiar voice in American homes.

We Should Raise AIs Like Parents, Not Programmers—Or They’ll Turn Into Terrible Toddlers

At its core, creating a safe AI is not that different than raising a decent human.

A High-Stakes Dress Rehearsal for SpaceX

Elon Musk plans to launch the Falcon Heavy later this month—but first, the rocket has to survive a big test.

‘Surprising Capabilities’ Guru Tapped to Lead Air Force Acquisition

But assuming Will Roper wins confirmation, what will become of the Strategic Capabilities Office he helped create?

Iceland Has a Simple Solution for Closing Gender Pay Gap: Make It Illegal

“We need to make sure that men and women enjoy equal opportunity in the workplace."

Why Intelligent Automation Is Critical for the Future of Government

Leaders should keep in mind that IA can mean jarring changes for their agencies.

Everything Apple Will Be Working on in 2018

Will there be any gadgets that inspire a technological revolution?

Where Were Netflix and Google in the Net-Neutrality Fight?

Big tech firms have gone from pushing for open-internet protections to being powerful enough not to need them.

Online Shopping is Overloading the US Postal Service

USPS expects to ship more than 850 million packages this holiday season.