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Users of the product would wear what looked like near-empty glasses frames, and see digital information beamed from their smartphones.
On a recent drive to Martha's Vineyard, Here & Now's Robin Young thought she'd use a traffic app to find a shortcut. Trouble was, other drivers had the same idea.
A project at Harvard Medical School could one day help reduce a cause of global warming.
Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, is urging U.S. governors to regulate the future development and use of AI before it's "too late."
As brick-and-mortar companies file for bankruptcy and shutter storefronts, online companies continue to gobble up the clothing and accessory market.
After twice being denied entry to the U.S, the six-girl team and their chaperone completed their journey to Washington just after midnight from their hometown of Herat, Afghanistan.
Boston based entrepreneurs talk with BostonomiX about X Factor Ventures, a new venture capital fund that will invest in female-led startups.
Many of us take high-speed internet for granted. But if you’re far from a big city, you may only get spotty -- or very slow -- service.
Just go with me here, writes Joelle Renstrom. Suspend your disbelief.
Boston-based Flybridge Capital has launched a new fund led by women entrepreneurs that focuses on investing in startups with female founders to help level the playing field in the male-dominated industry.
Google has funded hundreds of academic papers on topics including copyright and surveillance over the past decade, paying anywhere from $5,000 to $400,000 dollars to researchers.
Because passwords and PIN codes are still easily hackable, banks are experimenting with new security features that leverage your smartphone.
Thirty-eight percent of Americans rely on the internet as their main source of news, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.
Dell's new Latitude 7285 laptop, the first of its kind in the computer industry, charges through magnetic resonance technology developed at Watertown-based WiTricity.
The company said has signed a lease for a 150,000-square-foot space in a building along Fort Point Channel.
The Constitution guarantees all Americans the right to free speech, writes Steve Almond. It doesn’t guarantee anyone the right to spew hate speech online anonymously.
Coal states are pouring millions of dollars into clean coal research, hoping to capture carbon dioxide created by burning coal and find ways to put those emissions to use.
Tom Ashbrook interviews Airbnb's Head of Global Policy and Public Affairs Chris Lehane.
We check-in on the status of a proposal to tax online sales in Massachusetts.
Starting in 2019, the automotive company will phase out conventional engines, requiring that all of its new models be either hybrid- or electric-powered.