Somewhere in a dark room in Germany, artificial "ants" demonstrate emergence by tracing one another's phosphorescent trails.
We need the "screen territory" available in a textbook, magazine, or A4 sheet of paper.
Could a blob-like robot better convey the presence of a remote user?
Diverse technologies, missing or secret documentation, and hostile copyright laws threaten video-game preservation.
An experimental new game controller adds the sensation of hot and cold to users' experience of a simulated environment
The Library of Congress provides exceptions for circumventing copyright-protection software.
New study resolves age-old question of whether technology makes us sedentary, or being sedentary gives us more time to mess with technology.
Students who program robots are more likely to stick with their computer science curriculum.
When a hexapod robot challenges a decapod crustacean, who wins?
There are plenty of nearly indestructible computers.