The fifth generation of mobile communications technology will see the end of the “cell” as the fundamental building block of communication networks.
The best of the rest from the arXiv preprint server.
Technology from Envia that was supposed to cut EV battery costs in half doesn’t actually work.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Personal genetics company 23andMe will only sell ancestry reports and raw data as controversy with regulators continues.
In an L.A. court, a woman claims her Google Glass device switched on accidentally when she was pulled over by highway patrol.
Microsoft Research’s Telepathwords demonstrates how strong (or weak) your passwords are by guessing them as you type.
The were first predicted in 2005 and first synthesized in the lab in 2008. Now physicists have discovered a naturally occurring topological insulator that can be mined from the earth’s crust.
The Washington Post reports that the NSA collects billions of cell phone location records daily–but there’s more to this issue than privacy.
The next generation of photographers will think nothing of taking a camera out of their pocket and releasing it to the skies, like a dove to the wind.