Evidence is mounting that Amazon has larger ambitions for the web browser launching on its new Fire tablet
World Moto set out to make a meter for motorcycle taxis. Its users had other ideas.
The Japanese automaker is teaming up with Swiss researchers to build a car that will predict its driver’s intentions.
Atom interferometers have always been too delicate to measure ordinary accelerations. Until now
TRSF, an anthology of original science fiction stories, is in stores on October 4.
Our first impression: It’s better than the iPad.
How a smart T-shirt could replace that dreaded hospital gown.
All eyes may be on Amazon this week, but let’s not forget the Motorola Xoom 2.
Scientists devise a trick to make a material absorb 99 percent of the light that strikes it.
The era when all the data a business gathered on itself could be accommodated by a single spreadsheet is coming to a close