Pop-up alerts and other displays in our field of vision could interfere with our perception of speed and velocity, says a bioengineer
Portable robots prove they finally have the range and power to be useful in a disaster
A senate bill that aims to protect you online has many shortcomings.
A seasoned programmer declares that Androids User Interface library is "amateurish" -- and then there's the issue of all those screen resolutions
Some analysts wonder why Google didn't try this first.
Pelican Imaging's "array camera" will mean thinner devices and new imaging tricks.
Natural Language Processing of nearly 4,000 U.S. diplomatic cables reveals fraying relations with traditional allies, and a few other surprises
Systems that keep information simplified until we focus on it are the AR equivalent of application switching
The company has announced a final design, and launch schedule, for a massive new rocket.
The Medieval Warfare on the Grid project is akin to applying the simulation game Sid Meier's Civilization to real questions of history.