What we'll charge for, and why.
Physicists have mounted the first successful attack of its kind on a commercial quantum cryptography system.
Scientists show how the social network could be mined for e-mail addresses.
The reusable launch vehicle makes its last voyage to space.
A trading strategy revealed in two new patents illustrates the high speed game of cat and mouse played by automated traders.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
Black holes should be surrounded by a ring of light that reveals their fundamental properties
Though the attack now requires physical access to the car, the researchers warn about the dangers of future network-connected cars.
During a senate hearing, the first and last man to walk on the moon expressed grave concern for the future of human spaceflight.
The drugstore responds to new regulatory concerns over direct-to-consumer genetic testing.