Microsoft appears determined to show handset makers that Android isn't free.
The first demonstration of an information-heat engine could revolutionise the way nanomachines get their power.
After suffering back problems, a professor taught his chair to correct his posture.
A video shows iCub learning to improve its aim through trial and error.
Defending against cyber attacks by demanding that attackers send an even bigger deluge is surprisingly effective.
Why are tech pundits so eager to announce that the Ebook is taking over?
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.