Here's how incredible breakthroughs in glass technology will transform consumer electronics
Scientists running the Large Hadron Collider, aka the "big bang machine", announced Friday they've discovered a brand new particle during one of their experiments.
Over the past 40 months, games have remained the dominant app category on smartphones, but according to new data from Flurry Analytics, social networking apps have recently narrowed the gap.
is the weirdest thing. There are more ways than ever to communicate with people, yet it sometimes seems like it is more difficult to connect — and stay connected — with anyone.
If you thought Apple had yet to go off the deep end, think again. In a bid to protect itself from legal troubles in Australia, the iPad maker is trying to define ‘3G’ speeds as ‘4G’ speeds.
Samsung emailed, tweeted and blogged Monday about a May 3 event in which reporters are being invited to “come and meet the next Galaxy.”
One of the best ways tablet makers have been able to set themselves apart from the iPad is by selling their devices at steep discounts.
It was once thought that vacuums--like the vacuum of space--contained nothing. No particles, no sound, just empty darkness.
About a year ago we got our first look at DARPA’s Cheetah ‘bot via a concept drawing that looked more like a storyboard frame for a Transformers film than real, live robotics.
Peter Schmitt, an MIT doctoral student, printed a clock in 2009. He didn't print an image of a clock on a piece of paper. He printed a three-dimensional clock -- an eight-inch diameter plastic timekeeping device with moving gears, hands and counterwe
High-flying drones have been getting a ton of attention lately, with all the expensive research and development that is going into crafting the stealthiest, or the longest-lasting, or the most capable unmanned aerial vehicle.
News of a contact lens that would offer troops on the ground a birds-eye view of the battlefield came out in January when DARPA announced a plan to acquire them for U.S. forces.
...announced Wednesday that they have built the very first, elementary quantum network comprised of a pair of entangled atoms that transmit information to each other via single photons.
Amazon Inc is further strengthening its position in the e-book market as it announced plan to cut e-books’ prices, while Apple and five publishers fight charges over price fixing plot.
Google’s Project Glass has everyone talking.
The US Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Apple Inc. on Wednesday, as federal investigators claim that the country’s biggest name in the computer industry worked to fix prices of electronic books to drive away competition.
The U.S. filed an antitrust lawsuit Wednesday against Apple Inc. AAPL +0.73% and five of the nation's largest publishers, alleging they conspired to limit competition for the pricing of e-books.
Apple is internally testing the next-generation iPhone in an iPhone 4 body, reports 9to5Mac
When your kids are infested with head lice, a certain amount of panic — even desperation — can spread through the house.
Second source confirms massive Mac infestation, claims more than 600K machines compromised
The search giant's slate could bring some needed order to the market--or could greatly add to the present confusion.
Robot nannies could diminish child care worries for parents of young children.
Nanothermal therapy – the use of nanoparticles to cook a tumor to death
Diamonds are forever – or, at least, the effects of this diamond on quantum computing may be.
Over at BBC, mathematician Marcus du Sautoy has examined what he’s calling the world’s first anthropomimetic robot--a robot that mimics in extremely high anatomical detail the movements and construction of the human body.
"Silent World," a photography project by Parisian artists Lucie & Simon
Would-be sushi moguls take note: Suzumo has a line of sushi robots that might fulfill your 24-7 maki-making fantasies. The Japanese company is displaying its machines at the World Food and Beverage Great Expo 2012 in Tokyo this week.
If you had a few billion dollars of extra cash, how would you spend it? Over the last few years, the outlet of choice has become deep ocean exploration
An energy-hungry Earth is in need of transformational and sustainable energy solutions, experts say.
The Internet giant thought it could help invent cheap renewable power. That wasn't so easy.