A photon gun capable of reliably producing single photons of different colours could become an important building block of a quantum internet
Navizon I.T.S. makes it easy to pinpoint Wi-Fi devices anywhere its listening nodes are installed.
TV fragmentation has become farce. And that's OK.
The isolated nation's Launch Center appears to be deliberately designed to echo the heyday of the space age.
It's not as if the Kindle and its store aren't also vulnerable to disruption.
The unexpected connection between carrier pricing schemes and payday loans.
Computer scientists have analysed thousands of memorable movie quotes to work out why we remember certain phrases and not others.
What took so long?
If it's good enough for WalMart and the DoD, why not apply RFID to crowd control?
Want to get out of a burning building but can't see an exit? Don't follow the crowd, say complexity scientists who have modeled the behavior of mass evacuations.