A combination of crowdsourcing and machine intelligence just found a lost treasure in the Magnum Photo archive, a technique that could have wide application
Product designers have always had to choose between additive processes such as 3D printing and subtractive processes like machining. Now they can have both
34 percent of Twitter users don't fill out the "location" field with accurate information, but a new algorithm can infer it from their tweets
Rich people. Very, very rich people.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
America's standing in international rankings of internet speed resembles our performance in math and science education -- here's how that could finally change
The agency will fund projects aimed at speeding up synthetic biology, and creating new kinds of materials.
Coming this summer, cameras from Sony and Panasonic offer something like the D-SLR experience for well below D-SLR prices.
Agent 86, eat your heart out. These smart shoes may not make phone calls, but they'll analyze your gait like none other.
Calorie intake, mood tracking, and data analysis were too time consuming or complex.