Satellites help give scientists a big-picture look at severe weather.
One social network bravely asks: "Why have a conversation with someone standing next to you when you can video chat with them?"
Can the Web as we know it survive without installing tracking files on your computer?
A dense, always-on wireless communications network could be the oxygen that leads to an explosion of new forms in the tech ecosystem.
A rapidly moving mirror that turns virtual photons into real ones is the first experimental evidence of the dynamical Casimir effect.
A small Canada attack gets a rapid response.
After three months of trying to contact the Mars rover, NASA is calling it quits.
An afternoon in the National Museum of Natural History yields some unexpected connections.
An efficient and flexible gas turbine based on jet engines could clear the way for widespread renewable power.
A virtual accelerator that smashes together glider-like particles inside a cellular automaton can perform computations, say researchers