The discovery of a new crater in the Bayuda Desert in Sudan suggests that the next generation of crater hunters could be amateurs based at home.
Particle accelerators could generate more power than they consume, according to calculations first made 30 years ago
For criminals who use Android smartphones, irretrievably wiping incriminating information is surprisingly easy.
Location-based services are popular at festivals--providing there's enough bandwidth.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
A new way to analyze the lifestream data from wearable cameras could lead to an objective measure of dementia.
Blocking two proteins in mouse muscle cells allows them to generate more muscle.
The Web giant is more interested in an open internet than a tiered system.
A unique analysis of influence on Twitter shows that an obscure Indonesian filmmaker is just as good at propagating memes as @Google.
Could a blob-like robot better convey the presence of a remote user?