Your passwords are stored on more sites than ever—too bad you've never bothered to change them.
iOnRoad warns drivers of an impending collision—but it can be a distraction itself.
Rabbits are immune to prion diseases. Now one molecular biologist thinks he knows why and says the secret could help in developing a treatment
A new European re-entry vehicle, unprecedented moon images, and a call for solar electric propulsion systems.
After an earthquake or other catastrophe, collecting structural data is essential. Researchers have made sensors that can repair themselves in the event of failure, keeping that stream of crucial data coming.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
A new kind of Twitter filter automatically reports touchdowns, field goals and interceptions in real time, say computer scientists
Latvian operations are targeted and, in a rare event, two arrests are made.
Flurry says people use mobile apps more than the Web, but it's an apples to oranges comparison.
Negotiating a settlement is expensive and difficult -- which is why automating the process so that a fee can be agreed on in minutes is so appealing