The accusation that Apple tracks its users shows we have much to learn about how our gadgets really work.
Sneak peeks suggest the next edition of Microsoft's PC operating system will also have to work well on mobile devices.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
The long term storage of significant amounts of antihydrogen should soon settle the question of whether antimatter falls up or down
The microwaves that cell phones emit can interact with human tissue in an entirely new way, says theoretical biologist at a government lab
Physicists predict that the exotic electronic memories called memristors should perform better when bathed in certain types of noise
Twitter doesn't seem to have enough incentive to eliminate auto-spawned accounts -- and that's a larger problem than most of us realize
Sony reveals that the week-long outage of its PlayStation Network was due to a massive security breach.
The company announces a drive that's smart enough to lock down data—or even automatically erase it.
A growing group of privacy advocates in the U.S. and abroad want the Internet to be written in pencil.