The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
A sample of spam transactions finds most pass through just three banks, study finds.
People who put incoming e-mails in folders are no better at finding them than those who simply use search.
Ortus Technology recently showed off a prototype of the mind-bogglingly high-res screen.
An implanted device mimics signals from the brain.
With a more fine-grained proxy for gaze direction, advertisers are about to get one step closer to what you're actually thinking
The first big social network has gone public - how long until the biggest joins it?
In an FCC hearing, Facebook CTO Bret Taylor defends his company's privacy practices.
The seeds of destruction for both iOS and Android app stores have already been sown -- by none other than Google.
Do earthquake zones with similar histories have similar futures? A new approach to this question based on network science may help us better understand the problem, say scientists.