Most of the information on Wikipedia comes from a tiny proportion of users. Now social scientists are collecting data in a similar way, allowing participants to design surveys as they contribute.
Cryptography could keep electronic investigations under control.
How the news feed on Facebook decides what you get to see.
Want regulations to preserve the open Internet? Be careful what you wish for.
If you've ever struggled to make sense of an information firehose, perhaps a 3-D printed model could help.
The blue LED might save more energy than just about any other technology.
Three scientists who made headway in cracking the brain’s code win Nobel Prize for discovering animal’s “inner GPS.”
GT, the developer of a new way to make thin sheets of sapphire for scratch-resistant displays, is running short on cash.
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