When Toyota, Fiat, and Cadillac decide the old-fashioned, noninteractive car window isn't good enough.
Ironic that the digital keyboard is so cumbersome to the digits, no? IBM has an idea to fix that—and it involves "anatomical profiling."
A browser plug-in shows how easily the "big three" social networks could coexist.
Through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, he's flushing over $40 million down the toilet -- or rather, into an effort to reinvent it.
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Ever wondered what would happen if the dimension of time came to a sudden end? A new experiment reveals all.
Publishing information in the new CDF format allows readers to interact with your data.
If we ever need to prevent an asteroid hitting Earth, we'll have to deflect it somehow. To practice, the European Space Agency is planning a game of asteroid billiards
A startup with plans to mine the Moon for platinum fluffs its first public flight.
The expiration of Google's deal with Twitter highlights the importance of real-time results during a crisis.