What do you get if you cross the Physics arXiv with the social networking site Digg.com?
The rocket-propelled vehicle would explore planets more efficiently than wheeled rovers.
When a Carnegie Mellon student decided to count all the robots on campus, she had no idea it was the spark that would start a conflagration.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week:
Computer scientists predict that a new generation of malware will mine social networks for people's private patterns of behavior.
A free text editor and a backup tool is all we need to query our 140-character oeuvre.
A new technique for controlling the trajectories of spinning molecules could have major international implications
Noninvasive communication between brains and computers just came a step closer.
One of the first compatible devices, Logitech's Revue, will cost $299--a price tag that may deter early adopters.
Can Google's WebP image format really speed up the whole Web?