The mobile computers killing the PC will themselves be replaced as computing becomes embedded into the world around us.
A new estimate of the amount of energy needed to visit the stars suggests we won’t have enough for at least another two centuries
What happens when content is separated from the means to distribute it? Your cable company would rather not find out.
IBM researchers have developed an algorithm that predicts your home location using your last 200 tweets.
Indoor location technologies are a boon to retailers but may not be so welcome to consumers.
The automaker blames rapid battery capacity loss on high mileage.
A small cell network over the company’s HQ could herald new competition for established carriers.
The MIT spin-off had hoped to enable the hydrogen economy in developing countries, but is now at work on a flow battery using “designer molecules.”
Nobody has figured out how to spot the most influential spreaders of information in a real-world network. Now that looks set to change with important implications, not least for the superspreaders themselves.
Some pundits worry that the new service could even remove pirated tracks.