A series of apps use your brain waves to power them. Welcome to the era of DIY EEG.
Chevy says its Volt users are getting 1,000 miles between fill-ups. Bring on the boasting: it's good for the environment.
15 minutes of a rarely-seen BBC documentary demolish the myth that ARPAnet was inspired by nuclear war, and explain the far more intriguing truth.
Young leaders explain their social networking strategy.
A federal appeals court has overturned an August ruling barring federal money for research using embryos.
Light emitting transistors mean flat-panel displays have a road map for years to come, unlike microchips.
The accusation that Apple tracks its users shows we have much to learn about how our gadgets really work.
Sneak peeks suggest the next edition of Microsoft's PC operating system will also have to work well on mobile devices.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
The long term storage of significant amounts of antihydrogen should soon settle the question of whether antimatter falls up or down