The next generation of photographers will think nothing of taking a camera out of their pocket and releasing it to the skies, like a dove to the wind.
In physics multiple choice papers, the correct answers should follow Benford's law while the other options should not. So can an enterprising student use this to beat the test?
FCC puts onus on airlines as it proposes lifting phone ban.
Commuters in Africa, Europe and the US all follow the same fundamental pattern of travel between work and home, confirming a theory first suggested 20 years ago.
Social robots are simpler to interact with than humans, can repeat games with infinite patience and record the data for further study. That's changing the way autistic children learn new skills, say therapists.
Governments already dabbling with authoritarian control of the Internet could be spurred on by learning of NSA surveillance.
GPS is power hungry and often suffers from poor signal strength in city centres. Now computer scientists have worked out how your smartphone's inertial sensors can fill in the gaps.
Amid torrent of revelations that the NSA finds mass surveillance easy, the IETF ponders how to harden the Internet.
A novel way of using LTE will see Google's phone download data at 60 megabits per second on Sprint's network.
The ability to distribute entangled particles is an enabling technology for a quantum internet. That may explain why Japanese telco NTT is so interested in mastering the technology.