The University of Florida is teaching real world skills using the strategy game.
Predicting when the crushing forces in crowds are likely to become dangerous is a task that looks beyond current techniques.
One futurist's vision of the coming interface singularity contrasts with the reality of today's prototypes.
A new mathematical model of human throwing action suggests that current thinking about the biomechanical origin of error is wrong
A job advert suggests the company is.
New voice recognition features for everything from text messaging to music
Google's MapReduce algorithm turns a bunch of cell phones into a self-contained cloud computing environment.
Somewhere in a dark room in Germany, artificial "ants" demonstrate emergence by tracing one another's phosphorescent trails.
Flaps open and close to improve aerodynamics or air cooling as needed.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week: