Indonesian engineers are developing a green street lighting system that bathes moving vehicles in a pool of light but switches off after they’ve gone
Announcing the second author in our upcoming science fiction anthology.
Developers are about to have a billion new reasons to deploy apps on the web rather than natively to any one platform
A new undersea microphone from Stanford researchers can sense everything from the smallest whisper to the biggest explosion. Its inspiration? The ear of the orca.
What do the patterns of good and bad behaviors in an online world reveal about the nature of humanity? Computer scientists have begun to tease out an answer.
Cisco says it can’t be held responsible for what governments do with its equipment, and countless other firms seem to agree.
Can monitoring how we interact with the world change our notion of ourselves?
The doctor is always in, when it’s your iPhone.
Trapping sulphur particles in graphene cages produces a cathode material that could finally make lithium batteries capable of powering electric cars
Waste data needlessly burns power and degrades computer memory. That’s why we need a coherent plan to reduce, reuse and recycle data that has been left to die, argue computer scientists