Internet adoption has only accelerated since 2001, so why hasn't the economy been goosed again?
Certain types of gene circuits can store information over many cell generations, according to a theoretical study. That will trigger a frantic search to find these circuits in real cells.
Diaspora is a decentralized social network that lets users control their personal data.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
Physicists have watched an artificial atom jump from one state to another using a monitoring technique that could have important implications for quantum computing.
Biometric security is obtrusive--unless it's on all the time, analyzing your gait.
A vehicle powered by an internal combustion engine beats electric cars to the $10 million competition.
The new Dream controller for Microsoft Surface could help speed up search-and-rescue operations.
The belief that a baseball can be hit further with a corked bat is wrong. But these illegal bats may still give an unfair advantage.
The site is finally changing its design--how will it affect other applications and the company's new advertising platform?