Optimists and pessimists have strong arguments, but it seems clear that they both make the mistake of being too passive. Neither cheering nor bemoaning the emergence of new technologies does much to improve outcomes.
Google will provide access to powerful devices that use the principles of quantum mechanics to process information in a far more ways than a conventional computer, which uses just a binary system to identify data.
Musk alluded to automation challenges as among the reasons the Model 3 sedan, which starts at $35,000, has gotten off to a bumpy start.
Augmented reality glasses and helmets are inspirational and incredible ... and will never go mainstream. (Of course, neither will lightsabers.)
As Microsoft begins selling a new Xbox console, the focus of its video game unit — much like the focus of the company as a whole — is shifting toward software and services.
Autodesk provides a glimpse into the automation challenges and goals of three very different manufacturers.