Social media is particularly useful for anyone who wants to track the present--or predict the future.
A long standing problem of why sperm swim towards surfaces appears to have finally been solved
U.S. military to launch first satellite to snap and relay photos of orbital debris.
A new analysis by Microsoft researcher Danah Boyd argues that Facebook's success is due in part to "white flight" from MySpace.
Creating single photons is becoming straightforward. Now engineers have worked out how to steer the photons they produce with the flick of a switch.
Company representatives emphasized the huge potential of the smart-grid market.
You'll be able to plug in anywhere, but without a special connector, you'll wait forever to recharge.
Nemoptic's new e-paper technology is cheap and efficient enough to be used almost anywhere.
Mathematicians have derived the shape of a roller coaster that gives a perfectly smooth ride
Given the universal applicability of steganographic principles, next time the FBI might not be so lucky.