A smartphone app inspired by Greek mythology has the potential to help the blind navigate indoors where GPS is unavailable.
Computer scientists have developed an algorithm that works out a vehicle's destination using only its starting location and speed throughout its journey.
In May, the blog revealed that for more than two years, Los Alamos National Labs has been running a quantum Internet capable of sending perfectly secure messages.
Facebook has held up data efficiency as a boon to the world's unconnected, but video ad technology could gobble some of the gains.
The ability to manipulate atoms with photons in an integrated circuit should allow physicists to explore entirely new ways in which matter and light interact.
Nobody has ever accurately measured the number of smartphones infected with malware. Until now.
Aereo's loose-cannon competitor says a judge who ruled against him "cannot possibly know what she is talking about."
It took a torrent of NSA revelations to spur major new technology efforts to make Internet communications more private and secure.
The fifth generation of mobile communications technology will see the end of the "cell" as the fundamental building block of communication networks.
The Washington Post reports that the NSA collects billions of cell phone location records daily--but there's more to this issue than privacy.