Social media didn't cause the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia, but it did achieve unique visibility.
A wave of tablet frenzy swept across the country last week with the concussive force of an earthquake. What does it mean for HP and the second-tier tablet market?
The uncanny similarity between metallic nanoflowers and the real things suggests similar growth laws, say physicists
Researchers hope a new system could automatically scan the hours of CCTV footage police have to comb through to identify suspects without invading privacy.
Biomechanical engineers say we can switch from walking to running without increasing our energy use.
Steve's retiring -- here's the tribute video Apple's founder deserves
PayPal founder and billionaire Peter Thiel thinks so. He's invested $1.25 million into the idea.
The company is releasing digital binoculars that include a built-in GPS receiver. When will we get our first bird-watching blockbuster?
The way gravity effects quantum particles proves that it cannot be an emergent phenomenon, says physicist.
The worst thing about "smart" appliances isn't that they're redundant. It's that they missed an opportunity to become part of the Internet of Things.