Intense pressure can force neutrons into cubes rather than spheres, say physicists
Overcoming the registration problem in augmented reality is easy -- as long as you're willing to cache a three dimensional map of an entire city
It doesn't seem possible to keep services up and running in the face of every possible problem.
When tablet and traditional computing awkwardly merge.
A Japanese company thinks radio-frequency identification could save lives in emergency situations.
The cars, which already shuttle passengers around Heathrow airport, might come soon to the U.S.
The theory of computation has had a profound influence on philosophical thinking. But computational complexity theory is about to have an even bigger effect, argues one computer scientist.
Protests in the Middle East and elsewhere capitalized on the spontaneity of social media, but can it also be deployed deliberately?
The more useful Twitter becomes, the more important it is not to impede the service's greatest strength: scanability.
The way bees hunt for food is more complex than biologists thought.