The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
Computer scientists put an exotic new form of computation through its paces, with impressive results.
Researchers at Washington University in Seattle are developing a contact lens that could project text and images before your very eyes.
Google doesn’t need Firefox anymore, and that’s an existential threat to Mozilla.
Digitimes reports a MacBook Air refresh could come sooner than expected, and with a larger screen.
The technology could be used by dentists and orthopedists to create custom implants that encourage growth of new bone.
Evidence has emerged that the brain’s capacity to absorb information is limiting the amount of data humanity can produce
What if Facebook paid you? Several startups envision an era in which we are all the brokers, and beneficiaries, of our own personal data.
The problem of indexing video news content has been solved by computer scientists at an innovative French search engine
If tablets are PCs and phones have the same specs as tablets, how is Apple not the leading PC manufacturer in the world?