UN-scale treaties might be dead, but who needs everyone to get on board?
Does society really want extremely private mobile devices if they make life easier for criminals? Apple’s newly toughened standards sharpen the focus on that question.
A U.S. Commerce Department anti-dumping decision could help some U.S. companies and hurt others.
Physicists have built a graphene battery that harvests energy from the thermal movement of ions in solution
The president’s proposed initiatives are a good start in helping to revitalize manufacturing, but they don’t go nearly far enough.
Include quantum mechanics in the calculations and faster-than-light drives become unstable
From different angles, two of our feature stories explore the role of humans in an automated world.
The Singularity Summit approaches this weekend in New York. But the Microsoft cofounder and a colleague say the singularity itself is a long way off.
If federally funded factories don’t get enough demand, even more government spending could result.
GE’s nuclear waste-burning PRISM reactors get a new chance at commercialization.