Materials scientists have discovered how to make black phosphorus nanosheets in large amounts, heralding a new era of nanoelectronic devices.
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How a consumer genetics company amassed a database of willing research participants.
The Singularity Summit approaches this weekend in New York. But the Microsoft cofounder and a colleague say the singularity itself is a long way off.
Einstein’s famous critique of quantum mechanics first emerged in 1930, five years earlier than thought, according to a new analysis of his work.
Computer scientists have devised a way to make conventional memory discs 99.999 per cent reliable over a 4-year lifespan.
Navizon I.T.S. makes it easy to pinpoint Wi-Fi devices anywhere its listening nodes are installed.
Oxford researchers say that 45 percent of America’s occupations will be automated within the next 20 years.
Google’s one-gigabit service made a big statement, but what’s still far from clear is who actually uses it, and for what.
One solution to the typing-on-a-screen problem asks us to change our behavior; the other changes its behavior to fit us.