The quality and cost of broadband Internet access haven't budged in years.
Different people may have different rates of mutation.
Two videos of a meteor hitting Jupiter, taken from different parts of Earth, could usher in a new era of amateur astronomy.
Researchers have demoed a prototype lunar greenhouse, showing plants can be grown without soil.
"Technology" is not monolithic, and neither are its positive and negative consequences for children.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
The hosting provider for the "Burn a Koran Day" church pulled their site. So why hasn't Google?
The order brings a brief reprieve for scientists and the NIH, though many uncertainties remain.
A static universe better explains the properties of the cosmos than the Big Bang and avoids the nagging problems of dark matter and dark energy, according to a new cosmology.
If hackers got access to enough smart phones, they could paralyze wireless communications.