Large Hadron Collider results suggest that one of most eagerly awaited scientific discoveries is within reach.
A quantum version of Google's famous search algorithm could one day make web searches faster, say computer scientists
The latest computer model of the cosmos involves 400 billion particles in a box about two thirds of the volume of the universe
Like Google, HP plans to give away its mobile OS.
Washington, D.C., decided to treat the Internet like any other utility, and the result is a 100-gigabit network that could spawn local, low-cost ISPs.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
For 60 years, biologists have known of only two grammar-like rules that govern the language of DNA. Now they've found four more
To further its claim on your digital identity, Facebook branches out in both time and space.
Battery packs are almost definitely less dangerous that a tank full of gasoline. Too bad.
If you're old enough to remember a time before the Internet, be prepared to reconsider your state's prohibition on the right to die.