Sarcasm is almost impossible for computers to spot. A mathematical approach to linguistics could change that.
The top prosecutor in Manhattan thinks Washington will finally heed his call to make Apple resume opening devices to investigators.
The social network wants to use satellites, drones, and new forms of wireless to widen Internet access.
We live our lives through social networks, and the authorities have taken advantage of that.
Size doesn’t matter like it used to.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
If you enjoy 3-D puzzles, you’ll love quantum programing. There’s even an online game to challenge your skills.
The company says it’s a way to help underserved communities get online, but opponents call it an unfair advantage for a huge tech company that’s greedy for more users.
Time crystals were first predicted in 2012. Now researchers have created time crystals for the first time and say they could one day be used as quantum memories.
A huge online attack enabled by Internet-connected devices illuminates a problem keeping security experts awake at night.