And more to the point, who can afford it?
Einstein showed that two unrelated events can appear in any order depending on your point of view. Now physicists have discovered the chronologies of three events, and more
Chankillo, a Peruvian "Stonehenge", has 13 towers in a straight line. Nobody knows why but one physicists thinks that software for simulating the position of the Sun for solar panels can help
The new device is the atomtronic analogue of a transistor radio
The U.S. Justice Department has approved a $3.6 billion deal for the carrier to buy airwave capacity from cable companies.
Chinese physicists unveil a router that uses a quantum control signal to determine the path of a quantum data signal
The key to thriving in an increasingly complex world is to develop a nuanced, stable theory of interoperability.
State-of-the-art image scrambling algorithm uses a new type of matrix mathematics based on Sudoku puzzles
Will so-called "smell-vertising" become commonplace?
Treating materials like complex networks leads to substances with extraordinary counterintuitive properties, say physicists.