The world’s first electrostatically-driven graphene speaker matches or outperforms commercially available earphones, say physicists
Nobody knows how much of the web has been archived for future generations. Now one group of computer scientists are attempting to find out
Nobody has ever accurately measured the number of smartphones infected with malware. Until now.
The University of Florida is teaching real world skills using the strategy game.
The U.S. government is concerned that some of 23andMe’s health assessments could mislead customers.
The digitisation of the world’s books reveals how the popularity of English words and phrases has evolved since the 16th century. And the Top 100 lists for each year are now free to browse online
Life would be more secure if we used USB sticks, or even jewelry, to log into computer accounts, suggest Google engineers
Happiness levels caputred by Tweets rise logarithmically with distance from our average location, say computer scientists studying Twitter sentiment
Astronomers have underestimated the strength of gravitational waves, which means they ought to be able to see them now, say astrophysicists
Forget red or blue states. Here’s a better picture of election night.