Not everyone thinks Google’s attempt to reinvent the computer will work.
A new cosmology successfully explains the accelerating expansion of the universe without dark energy; but only if the universe has no beginning and no end.
Applying the theory of disruptive innovation to Tesla is not as simple as it seems.
As solar and wind gain wider use, rapid advances in climate forecasting could save money for utilities and ratepayers.
Pairing smartphones is much trickier than it needs to be, say computer scientists, who have developed a quicker way.
New computer simulations illustrate the limits of prosthetic eyes and suggest pathways for making them better.
Singapore plans to let anyone test driverless cars in one of its busy neighborhoods in 2015.
The debate over using artificial intelligence to control lethal weapons in warfare is more complex than it seems.
China generates only about 2 percent of its total electricity using nuclear power, but it is adding new reactors much faster than any other country.
Computer scientists have discovered a way to number-crunch an individual’s own preferences to recommend content from others with opposing views. The goal? To burst the “filter bubble” that surrounds us with people we like and content that we agree with.