The No. 2 executive at Microsoft is fighting the U.S. government in a series of cases that will shape online privacy—and the cloud business.
When hackers expose flaws in products, a company’s share price can fall, and traders are getting wise to the pattern.
One hypothesis suggests that extraterrestrials haven’t contacted Earth because they’re ignoring us. Now astronomers have simulated how difficult that would be to do.
NASA’s computer model predicts that the exoplanet Proxima b will appear as a pale purple dot when it is imaged for the first time.
Illegal robocalls that try to scam you out of money are flourishing. Can the phone companies figure out how to stop them?
Researchers at the company could unveil a quantum computer that is superior to conventional computers by the end of next year.
Neuroscientists have formulated a list of the great outstanding problems in brain science that can be solved in the near future.
The risk of psychological damage is far greater than any technological threat.
Tennessee and North Carolina join other states in siding with cable and telecom companies, rather than allowing cities to provide affordable connectivity.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.