Physicists have long suspected that antiprotons must become trapped in a belt around Earth. Now they've found it.
The rollout of NFC payments in the U.S. has been so sluggish that a superior technology—biometrics—is about to catch up.
One box of shortbread cookies can be made into $15 billion of nanomaterials.
A real-life version of the famed robotic exoskeleton is a "mere" five years from production.
Rocky planets that are almost as big as Uranus seem far more common than anyone suspected.
On the Web, where speed still counts, contests to determine who can write the tightest possible code are reviving a dying art.
A concept bike offers riders a new incentive to wear a helmet: it's embedded with a mind-reading device that lets you shift gears using brainwaves.
Electric vehicles are breaking into the luxury market.
Four years after its peak, the steady decline of a meme
An "electronic tongue" can classify certain types of Spanish wine. Should sommeliers fear for their jobs?