The latest incarnation of MS's operating system is designed to stifle the distribution of illegal copies of it.
A new method for making the MEMs-based silicon clocks in electronic circuits could lead to smaller, cheaper devices.
Preliminary evidence from one of the largest studies of calorie-restricted diet in primates shows health benefits.
With viewers being wrested away by other entertainment options, networks are streaming their shows on the Web.
Two potential sites have been selected for a highly sensitive radio telescope that could help researchers explore dark energy, gravity waves, and extraterrestrial life.
Phil Sharp talks with Technology Review about RNA interference-based therapies on the horizon.
The study of "nanotoxicity" might seem more compelling if there was an actual nano-victim out there.
Yahoo continues acquiring new companies. Now it's opening up some of its source code as well.
Podcaster Jennifer Chu covers the debate over content control from the Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT.