Across the pond, Oxford swerves into Google’s self-driving lane.
No, the iTV isn't imminent. But third-party programmers are rightly excited at the prospect.
Who do you think should join the Innovators Under 35 this year?
The famous Hollywood filming technique will change the way we access the huge computer simulations of the future, say computer scientists
Or rather, the wrist. Is Apple looking into an “iWatch”?
Astrophysicists apply 17,000 CPU core years of number crunching to a 15-year old data set and find 24 new pulsars
Think of how much you love your smartphone. Now think of how much you love your pet. What if the two were the same?
Fitts' Law has quantified human-computer interaction for decades. But is it still relevant in a post-GUI world?
The company’s Grok software processes “fast data” for EnerNoc and makes predictions about customers’ energy usage.
A well-thrown Hail Mary. Will it be caught?