Google's new phone has nothing for me—though I guess it couldn't hurt to take a look.
Mobile devices that channel their signal in a specific direction can cut their power consumption by more than half, a new study finds.
Life Technologies hopes crowdsourcing will improve its new sequencing technology.
Physicists have cloaked a macroscopic object for the first time. And they've done it using conventional materials and techniques
Our cosmos was "bruised" in collisions with other universes. Now astronomers have found the first evidence of these impacts in the cosmic microwave background.
You don't have to memorize hundreds of passwords to ensure hackers won't compromise your online identity.
"Facebook killers" are a dime a dozen, but one that relies on email for its internal plumbing might just work.
The Graph500 test measures "deep analysis" rather than ability to perform basic arithmetic.
Rapid DNA sequencing identifies the origins of the cholera outbreak.
DD0S attacks have been getting easier, and the Wikileaks situation shows what that can mean.