Federal lawsuits against Aereo, a startup that plans to show broadcast TV online, could influence the awkward relationship between television and the Internet.
Japanese researchers build a gun capable of stopping speakers in mid-sentence.
The prototypes, code-named "Fishbowl", make encrypted calls, and may be emulated by handset manufacturers.
Samsung's projector smartphone is cool. Its ads are unbearable.
Nokia excites and disappoints.
Nobody knows whether humans can access exotic images based on quantum entanglement. Now one physicist has designed an experiment to find out
Conceptual art meets hacking.
Just how ants create the highly efficient network of trails around their nests has never been fully understood. Now researchers think they've cracked it
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.