Smart body armor could gauge brain damage from explosions
Sensors could tell whether or not soliders are likely to face trauma.
MIT wants you to change 3D-printed objects after you make them
You wouldn't be stuck with the same design forever.
Samsung leader faces arrest in South Korea
Prosecutors want Lee Jae-yong over bribery allegations.
Virginia bill would effectively ban city-run broadband
Not surprisingly, cable companies are behind it.
Canada may have delivery drones in service by late 2017
The country has approved its first UAV test range ahead of a launch this year.
Japan's experimental mini rocket launch ends in failure
It was supposed to break new ground, but only highlighted problems with the space program.
PBS' new kids' channel lets you flip between streams and games
Children can take a hands-on approach when passive viewing isn't enough.
China tells app stores to register with the government
It's a security measure, but it also enables stricter censorship.
Facebook tests fake news filtering outside of the US
A trial run in Germany could influence an election and keep Facebook out of trouble.