When tablet and traditional computing awkwardly merge.
A small shove could prevent a global catastrophe, according to Chinese plans
A Japanese company thinks radio-frequency identification could save lives in emergency situations.
The cars, which already shuttle passengers around Heathrow airport, might come soon to the U.S.
A new Chrome extension helps users find related content—and more Google products.
When it comes to emissions trading, nobody agrees on how to allocate permits. But a group of physicists have a suggestion based on the distribution of things in nature
Infinitely re-configurable virtual keyboards with haptic feedback could do everything conventional input devices do – and so much more
If we don’t reverse the current trend in food prices, we’ve got until August 2013 before social unrest sweeps the planet, say complexity theorists
Many schools aren’t teaching typing anymore because they figure students already are proficient at using keyboards. That’s a wasted opportunity.
Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish will be testing out “smart mouthguards.” Will they help to change a sport that is hurting its players?