With an estimated 200 companies working on them, electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles are taking the aviation industry by storm.
TikTok is at a crossroads, as U.S. concerns about its Chinese ownership grow. Some officials have explored the idea of forcing a sale to a U.S. company. WSJ explains the challenges of making that happen.
This robot named Flippy runs the fry station at a White Castle outside of Chicago. With a mechanical arm and using computer vision technology Flippy can cook everything from french fries and onion rings to cheese sticks.
Silicon Valley is abuzz over a new kind of artificial intelligence — generative AI. It's a somewhat new field that exploded in popularity and attention in recent weeks.
Advances in battery and electric propulsion technology have enabled entirely new types of aircraft to take to the skies. Startups Joby, Archer, Vertical, Lilium and more are developing eVTOLs, electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft
Self-driving cars have advanced quite a bit, but the technology isn't making it onto roads as fast as some executives and investors had predicted.
New text-to-image generators powered by artificial intelligence, including OpenAI Dall-E 2 and Stability AI DreamStudio, let you type in almost any phrase and get an image.
Apple’s new iPhone 14 and Apple Watch models can detect severe car crashes and automatically call 911. So can Google Pixel. But does crash detection actually work? WSJ finds out.
We’re storing more of our data than ever, but the hard disk drives we rely on are reaching their physical limits. Now scientists are working on methods to increase capacity and find new ways to house our data.
Fiber connections provide users with very fast, reliable internet. But, only 43% of U.S. households have access to a fiber internet connection.The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that passed in November 2021 promises to bridge this digital divide.
Apple has unveiled four new iPhone 14 models at its annual September event: the iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max.
The U.S. supercomputer Frontier was crowned the world’s speediest this year, but some computer scientists say China‘s Tianhe-3 may be as fast. WSJ unpacks the tech and design of the machines.
When Apple launched Apple Pay in 2014, it didn’t seem like the contactless payment system was much of a hit with customers. Flash forward eight years and the iPhone maker has convinced millions to make their smartphones their wallets.
Ford's first real attempt at an electric vehicle has been quite a hit with critics. The Mustang Mach-E replaced the Tesla Model 3 as Consumer Reports' Top Pick in February 2022.
Companies are developing technologies to mine resources from the lunar surface, but some analysts say there are still big limitations to what the industry can achieve.
To tackle social isolation among seniors, some caregivers have turned to virtual reality. One company developing that technology is Rendever.
Tech giants and startups are racing into the Metaverse. Be it VR, AR, or old-fashioned desktops, we’ll all be meeting in virtual offices soon. We dove deep to see what life after zoom might look like.
The metaverse race is heating up in China. Just like Meta and Microsoft in the U.S., Chinese firms such as Baidu and Tencent are investing in the nascent industry.
In 2016, the Solar Impulse 2 circumnavigated the globe in just over 500 days, all without a drop of fuel. -from Cheddar
The aviation industry is keen to reduce its carbon footprint, and big money is being spent developing battery-powered aircraft. -from the Financial Times
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