On-the-ground reporting of the Arab Spring revolutions will foster a more nuanced discussion of how digital tools matter, and how they don't.
JStor, which has been criticized by advocates of "open access" to scientific knowledge, will begin letting the public read old articles for free.
The new NASA probes are set to launch and will create the most advanced lunar gravity map.
Turning your home into a public bathroom with a toilet-sharing iPhone app won't work, and not for the obvious reasons.
As anticipation builds for what could be the first real iPad competitor, a stream of news trickles out--including the first hands-on with the device. Only, it seems the Kindle tablet aims for a very different experience than the iPad.
Enrico Fermi was renowned for his ability to make reliable estimates. But how well can you do on a modern estimation problem?
Is the adorable robot My Keepon just another toy fad, or a legitimate tool in socializing the autistic?
The evidence is growing that some parts of the Universe are more special than others.
Canvas is different enough that its success or failure is beyond any pundit's predictive power
Want to carry around an immersive 3-D home theater wherever you go? Don't care to share it with anyone else? Sony's got the product for you.