This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
A huge online attack enabled by Internet-connected devices illuminates a problem keeping security experts awake at night.
Voters in 15 states, including several battlegrounds, will use systems that lack an important safeguard against software errors and tampering.
Lose It says its app can now recognize many foods from a photo but it sure couldn’t guess mine.
Whether it’s food delivery or hauling freight, tech giants think they can move stuff better than the old guard.
Apps and tech giants are closing down dining rooms, one way or another.
The founder and CEO of SpaceX has laid out a dazzling plan for getting to the Red Planet, but he also left a lot of blanks to fill in.
Google is testing new initiatives to boost Internet access in India that could prove useful everywhere.
The formation and collapse of tiny bubbles dramatically changes the chemistry, engineering, and cost of beer-making.
It’s not safe to connect our voting infrastructure to the Internet, but some election boards are doing it anyway.