The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
Keepon is that rare technology that goes from prototype to consumer more or less intact
Google+ could get a shot in the arm, and a significant boost in usability, from the release of its first public API
The failure of the government-backed solar company points to the dangers of conflating job creation and energy innovation.
The company reveals upcoming payment technologies, and bypasses NFC in favor of ease.
How do you navigate a billion pixels? With a Kinect, a gigantic screen, and this student-made gesture system.
If cars broadcast their speeds to other vehicles, a simple in-car algorithm could help dissolve traffic jams as soon as they occur, say computer scientists.
Meta Watch, previously a division of Fossil, is now its own company. Which seems to be good news for "smartwatch" enthusiasts.
Q&A with the Harvard geneticist.
If the medium is the message, then the ad for a Web design position at Duolingo says, "you are a visual thinker."