A huge online attack enabled by Internet-connected devices illuminates a problem keeping security experts awake at night.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Amazon is offering $2.5 million to fund research aimed at enabling its personal assistant software to hold a 20-minute conversation.
Using this exoskeleton in a virtual environment, a baseball feels firm, and an egg light and fragile.
Any automaker worth its salt is showing off a battery-powered car.
Dam it. (Actually, on second thought, maybe don’t.)
Reproductive technologies have advanced a lot in 40 years—and now our access to them is evolving, too.
Lose It says its app can now recognize many foods from a photo but it sure couldn’t guess mine.
A chip that steers lasers could be crucial to the future of transport.