Animism, Frankenstein and the Biblical injunction against creating life led to the dawn of robotic warfare
Making computers faster means relying on the central processing unit (CPU) less than ever before.
When a Carnegie Mellon student decided to count all the robots on campus, she had no idea it was the spark that would start a conflagration.
Noninvasive communication between brains and computers just came a step closer.
Computer scientists predict that a new generation of malware will mine social networks for people's private patterns of behavior.
The rocket-propelled vehicle would explore planets more efficiently than wheeled rovers.
One of the first compatible devices, Logitech's Revue, will cost $299--a price tag that may deter early adopters.
Can Google's WebP image format really speed up the whole Web?
Why your doctor may eventually be replaced by a recommendation engine.
Microsoft appears determined to show handset makers that Android isn't free.