Fighting crime is the first step to avoiding cyberwar, he tells a Russian panel.
Some worry that the company's new applications will compete directly with their own.
Algorithm protects patients' personal information while preserving the data's utility in large-scale medical studies.
Two researchers propose a novel form of "arms control" at a conference in Germany.
Astronomer and astronaut John Grunsfeld '80 helped give the Hubble Space Telescope its final makeover--but the adventure isn't over for either stargazer.
Tiny chemical probes implanted into patients could identify proteins in trace quantities.
But the launch is soured by news from Apple.
Offering free Office software from the cloud is a major strategy shift.
Solar-cell manufacturing techniques could yield LEDs that require 20 percent less energy.
HP plans new nonvolatile memory for 2013.