The pattern of calls and texts between humans reveals how women invest more heavily in their main relationship than men; and how this changes as they age.
The perfect secrecy offered by quantum mechanics appears to have been scuppered by a previously unknown practical problem, say physicists.
Although unaffected for now, other surveillance technologies may face similar scrutiny before long.
Nokia's Windows Phone is the fruit of a multibillion-dollar partnership.
Samsung's new television integrates a number of technologies that have been gathering steam in recent years.
MyLink and Sync are convenient, but they're slaved to clunky touch screens and voice recognition systems.
After years of trials, the FCC grants approval for super Wi-Fi hardware.
Many dislike changing their communications technology. Hawking is among them.
Ultrathin TVs won't come cheap. But mere flatscreens bore us.
One way to keep pictures secret is to disguise them with chaos, say computer scientists