Did Obama’s State of the Union speech include more mentions of technology than any other president’s?
The collective behavior of moshers at heavy metal concerts is mathematically similar to a disordered 2D gas, say physicists.
The mobile carrier ranks apps not on popularity or "fun," but on security, data usage, and battery criteria.
Facebook's organ donor and voting-drive efforts raise the question -- where do you stop?
"Ordering Pizza In 2015" didn't anticipate geotracking or mobile apps, but a privacy expert says its predictions weren't far off base.
The exoplanets of greatest interest show no sign of intelligent civilisations--so far.
Famines plagued Iceland and food prices spiked in medieval England following extreme space weather events, according to a new study of historical data
Can RIM come back from the brink with a new operating system and two new devices?
A portrait of the U2 frontman wasn’t our first pick for the cover of the January/February issue. But as the magazine came together, it seemed the clear choice. Here’s how it happened.
Chinese physicists use ghost imaging technique to make 3D images with a single pixel