The links between different regional cuisines in China become clear when recipes and ingredients are viewed as a kind of web, say computer scientists
Steve Jobs dismissed smaller tablets as “tweeners,” but they are proving more popular than full size tablets.
Rising food prices were an important factor in the riots in South Africa last year. And the US is in a unique position to help combat the problem, say researchers
Google’s filters, which automatically hide promotional messages, are hurting email marketers.
Crowd-sourced data provides a high-res view of radiation levels in Japan.
The received wisdom is that the internet is most congested around the edges where is constrained by slow links in the “last mile” before reaching the user. But a new study of internet congestion shows that the trouble spots are somewhere else entirely
A new report gives a wide range for what cybercrime and espionage actually cost the United States and the world.
Scientists turn embryonic stem cells into photoreceptors that can integrate into a live retina.
Facebook is gaining many developing-world users, who use the site very differently from those who came before them.
By bouncing light off a vibrating nanomembrane, researchers can now detect radio waves in an entirely new way