Ninja hackers vs. the lazy mobs who want your credit-card number.
From the owner of the Boston Celtics to the assistant GM of the Red Sox, high-profile executives were at MIT talking about the analytical side of sports.
There's still no sign of an iPhone killer.
Scientists can watch cancer spread and blood form in real time.
Shape-changing dresses and music-playing sweaters were just some of the wearable technologies at the Seamless: Computational Couture fashion show.
Scientists generate primitive sperm cells from female stem cells.
The president's comments on basic research aren't quite true.
The EPA is starting to do something about the potential hazards of nanomaterials--but not much.
Gene-sequencing projects keep getting bigger.
IBM is talking tough about its competition.