Replacing terrestrial broadcasts with a cellular network capable of video-on-demand won’t make sense unless viewing habits change dramatically, concludes a new study on the future of television
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will leave a legacy of progress on spectrum policy and broadband expansion—in a nation of monopolies charging high prices.
As the debate continues over drones in U.S. skies, other countries could show the way.
Study shows mixed answers to the question of whether Tweets drive ratings--revealing limits to what we know about social media's real-world effects
The world's first electrostatically-driven graphene speaker matches or outperforms commercially available earphones, say physicists
Ptolemy corrected the brightness of stars he observed in a way modern astronomers only invented 2000 years later, according to a new analysis of his ancient star catalogue
The small-on-purpose social network adds new features, but no clear purpose.
Test in California shows edge over Google Maps and Waze
Einstein railed against the possibility of spooky action at a distance because it violates relativity. Now Chinese physicists have clocked it travelling more than four orders of magnitude faster than light
Scientific data not yet in on how much crime-reduction software predicts, and how much it motivates.