Nvidia makes an impressive case that it holds the future of mobile gaming.
RFID tags embedded in our food could change the way we shop, cook, and eat.
Apps should be useful, of course. But sometimes it's enough if they're just hilarious.
Solving a problem we didn't know we had, researchers based out of Zurich build flying quadrocopters capable of an amazing feat.
A pared-down version of the Barnes & Noble e-reader has the grandmother demographic in mind.
The latest Windows Phone software has some impressive features. But will it help close the gap between the Microsoft and its competitors?
Space scientists want to send a mission to Neptune and beyond. But they need a better plan than the one they've come up with
New sequencing technology quickly reveals deadly traits in the microbe responsible for German outbreak.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
Microsoft wants developers to code in the language of the Web—just like Google. Can anything resist their combined might?