High value categories have become dominated by link spam, says CEO of rival search engine Blekko.
Computer scientists reveal malware that attacks specific processors rather than the operating system that runs on them.
A robot uses a soapy sponge to clean off a patient’s skin.
In China, blackouts and fuel shortages accompany efforts to meet a greenhouse gas target.
There's no dispute over the constancy of the speed of light when measured over a round trip. But what of its speed over a one-way trip?
Cofounder of the startup reckons users will switch to the new "app-like" browser.
Astronomer reveals plans for a network of telescopes that could give up to three weeks' warning of a city-destroying impact.
...already under construction in the United States.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
Peak performance doesn't equal sustained performance, and the NVIDIA GPUs in the Tianhe 1A are especially bad at the latter.