A new military LIDAR chip shows promise for faster and more precise aerial mapping—doing in minutes what used to take days.
As the world’s leading smartphone maker prepares to launch its own OS, new software will allow it to run as many as “hundreds of thousands” of Android apps.
If we want to communicate with other civilisations, it turns out that the laws of physics, the nature of interstellar space and a little common sense place surprisingly strict bounds on how this communication can take place.
Computer scientists have used the pattern of social media communication in Syria to reveal the structure of opposing forces in the civil war.
Motorola Mobility’s sale to Lenovo only looks like a loss—the patents were cheap, and Google might yet advance wearables, home devices, and modular phone hardware.
How the wunderkind of cloud storage deals with government snooping and recruits more geeks.
Researchers find a way to give Android users prominent warnings when apps are tracking their location.
While superfast Internet access is still scarce, average speeds worldwide inch up, and attacks rise, too.
Rice University is testing a highly efficient wireless communications system.
Study the way people make mobile phone calls in metropolitan areas and you can see a city breathe, say computer scientists.