The Finnish giant announces massive cutbacks as its bid to challenge Apple and Android phones falls flat.
The secrecy of a controversial new cryptographic technique is guaranteed, not by quantum mechanics, but by the laws of thermodynamics, say physicists
The process of making a famous problem in logic even harder reveals fascinating insights into the relationship between logic and language
The last controlled moon landing was in 1976. Now it's time to go back and the reasons are more compelling than ever, argue space scientists
It's even got a fingerprint reader. Will it catch on?
Astronomers have completed the first search for extraterrestrial intelligence on nearby exoplanets using very long baseline interferometry
Cheap UAVs may soon be able to follow cars or station keep over buildings thanks to a Department of Defense project to make autonomous flyers more capable
Look out, kids. Big Mother is watching.
The battle over distance records sets up a fascinating race to be the first to teleport to an orbiting satellite
In a deadly flu outbreak, shutting airports should reduce the spread of the disease. But networks scientists have discovered a better approach that's just as effective.