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.
ALTe Powertrain Technologies sets its sights on heavier green vehicles than the family sedan.
If China suffers a recession, how badly will the rest of the world be hit? Mathematicians have used network theory to calculate the answer
Joi Ito has a knack for leading people, which he demonstrated, of all places, in World of Warcraft.
A publicly funded company plans to go public, and BMW releases an electric car.