Physicists have watched an artificial atom jump from one state to another using a monitoring technique that could have important implications for quantum computing.
The new Dream controller for Microsoft Surface could help speed up search-and-rescue operations.
Biometric security is obtrusive--unless it's on all the time, analyzing your gait.
A study reveals that an educational video game is a more effective teacher than traditional instruction.
Gadgets that track everything around you could become smart assistants, instead of dumb tools.
Apps that read license plates can send notes to their owners, and help businesses track customers.
The first Earth-like planet orbiting another star will be announced in May next year, if the discovery of extrasolar planets continues at its present rate, say researchers.
Simulating the physics of light makes for games that better mimic the real world.
Two videos of a meteor hitting Jupiter, taken from different parts of Earth, could usher in a new era of amateur astronomy.
The quality and cost of broadband Internet access haven't budged in years.