Three new chips enter Intel's product lineup, as the MacBook Air gears up for a refresh.
Sigma Designs' set-top box is ultrathin, can control your connected home--and doesn't actually sit atop your set.
If dark matter fills the universe, astronomers should see the gamma rays it produces. That evidence has so far failed to materialise
The paucity of good apps for Android means the platform can be lucrative for developers who aren't turning out junk, says one studio
An attacker distorted the value of a bitcoin on the biggest marketplace for the currency
Oldest Arab monarchy uses classical tactics to stifle latest protests.
Using Facebook and Twitter to track trouble on the streets of Tunisia.
Gutenberg's reward for the invention of the printing press was financial ruin, but others figured out a unique way to keep the printing business afloat
A combination of crowdsourcing and machine intelligence just found a lost treasure in the Magnum Photo archive, a technique that could have wide application
Product designers have always had to choose between additive processes such as 3D printing and subtractive processes like machining. Now they can have both