The ‘right to repair’ movement received good news from Apple in November 2021. The company will begin providing customers with genuine Apple tools, parts and manuals in 2022
A NASA astrophysicist explains humanity’s big new toy.
Waymo is operating fully driverless robotaxis in Chandler, Ariz., and recently took a step toward offering the same to riders in San Francisco
The James Webb Space Telescope is about to revolutionise humanity’s comprehension of the cosmos.
From behind the wheel of new electric cars from Ford, Volkswagen, Nissan and Nio, FT reporters look at how the established carmakers are trying to take on Tesla. -from Financial Times
Smart beds tout features like sleep tracking and climate control. But does the technology actually produce a better night’s rest?
99% of all internet traffic runs on a hidden network of undersea cables. Modern life is increasingly dependent on these slinky subaquatic wires.
The rocket business is heating up and one startup has grand ambitions of following SpaceX to orbit. Firefly Aerospace wants to be a dominant launch provider in the growing small satellite market.
Everyone is blabbing about the metaverse. But what does this future digital world look like? WSJ’s Joanna Stern checked into a hotel and strapped on a virtual-reality headset for the day
Ever wondered how EVs get from A to B? Is it essentially the same as an internal combustion car, but wired up to a giant battery? Or is there some altogether more subtle trickery afoot?
A tech industry battle is taking shape over the “metaverse.” WSJ tech reporter Meghan Bobrowsky explains the concept and why tech companies like Facebook, are investing billions to develop this space.
Artificial intelligence is set to revolutionize the world, empowering those nations that fully harness its potential. The U.S. is still seen as the world AI leader, but China is catching up.
Tesla is expanding access to the company’s city-driving tool to some customers. In this video, WSJ explains what’s in the new software and the controversy surrounding its limited release.
Concorde used to cross the Atlantic in a little over three hours. But for almost 20 years supersonic travel has been frozen in time. Now, the race to build the next high-speed airliner is back on
Apple’s iOS 15 is full of new features and tools—if you can find them. WSJ’s Joanna Stern shows you how to use the new FaceTime tricks, Focus Mode, Live Text, weather alerts and so much more.
As the global chip shortage drags on, car makers are forced to adjust production and rethink the entire supply chain.
Since the birth of automobiles, headlights have undergone a wide variety of changes. They have become more and more advanced.
Climate change is increasingly threatening cities with catastrophic flooding. Many are now looking to Rotterdam, and its long history of innovation when it comes to holding water at bay.
El Salvador became the first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as its national currency, allowing people to use a digital wallet to pay for everyday goods.
The pandemic not only disrupted education—it also thrust technology onto a sector which historically has been slow to adopt it. Will classrooms ever be the same again?
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