The search giant says patents are rubbish. Yet it’s accumulating more of them than ever.
Sharing your call data with researchers could help show what the NSA can deduce from the data it harvests.
The latest fitness-tracking wristbands need to get in better shape before they’ll earn a spot on my wrist.
Following NSA surveillance revelations, talks advance on making the privacy-protecting tool Tor an Internet standard.
Light harvesting in plants and bacteria cannot be properly explained by classical processes or by quantum ones. Now complexity theorists say the answer is a delicate interplay of both, an idea that could transform computation.
Software digests thousands of research papers to accurately identify proteins that could be productive targets for cancer drugs.
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A startup called Iotera wants to let you track your pets, your kids, or your belongings without relying on commercial wireless networks.
Sony and Microsoft release their first video-game consoles in seven years, but they’re battling for a world of play that is rapidly changing.