An alleged robbery suggests Bitcoin—an anonymous, decentralized currency—may need bank-like institutions after all.
Mobile apps that use Web technologies are easier to build and deploy on multiple platforms.
Researchers hope the use of multiple sensors will result in a more objective way of diagnosing this anxiety disorder.
Developers get a new software kit to create Kinect applications, and a number of them did so at a 24-hour "code camp."
But some consumers, concerned about rising prices and privacy, would rather their electricity meters stayed dumb.
The framework for a "web of trust" is still in its infancy, and a pending bill could endanger it.
A conference on cyber warfare in Tel Aviv reveals Israel's weaknesses—but a strategy to solve them is already in hand.
Sifteo blocks aim for an interactive, physical computer-game experience
The Chrome browser will soon silently fetch pages as you scan search results so that they load without delay.
A prototype disk drive based on phase-change memory can outperform an off-the-shelf flash hard disk .