There are plenty of nearly indestructible computers.
The scheme is a clever evolution of sponsored tweets.
Their inventor won the Millenium Prize, but they need to be cheaper to provide large-scale power.
A small change to the theory of gravity implies that our universe inherited its arrow of time from the black hole in which it was born.
The money is part of loan guarantees administered by the Department of Energy.
Flattr, brought to you by the hackers behind the Pirate Bay, is paying real dividends for sites in its private beta.
The data that once suggested the Sun is orbited by a distant dark companion now raises even more questions
A technique that implants nitrogen vacancies into diamond at a rate of thousands per second could be the scalable technology that quantum computer scientists have been looking for.
Using new classes of engineered fluorescent proteins, scientists get closer to storing data at unprecedented densities.
A curious NASA mission, known as Project M, could send a robot to the moon, soon.