Amazon's new cloud computing product auctions off processing power.
Google employees confirm the company will release its own cell phone in 2010.
It takes longer to sign words than to say them. So how is it possible to sign and speak at the same rate?
A new project will produce 845 megawatts of power.
Pickka Med mobile app helps you sort through cold and flu drug options.
Apple's acquisition may transform iTunes, or it could just be a way to take out a strong competitor.
Samsung announces a new development platform for mobile phones.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
The 100 TB of unique experimental data from the Large Electron Positron collider can never be reproduced. So how can it be preserved for future generations?
Before they become black holes, dying stars of a certain mass should form an entirely new class of stellar object called an electroweak star.