The social network between characters in Homer’s Odyssey is remarkably similar to real social networks today. That suggests the story is based, at least in part, on real events, say researchers
MIT Technology Review’s first mobile-focused conference featured some big names and big news.
A biomarker could cut the trial-and-error of finding a patient’s best therapy.
Physicists have worked out how to cloak a region of space from the quantum world, thereby shielding it from reality itself
The U.S. government should allow disclosure of how often NSA taps into user data, argue Facebook, Microsoft, and Google
Pebble, the smart watch upstart, is charging ahead while computing giants mull their product plans.
The strong glass that is used in 1.5 billion consumer electronic devices worldwide could soon help make more fuel-efficient, quieter cars.
By purchasing crowd-powered navigation app Waze, Google keeps it out of Apple’s clutches
Why Google fears the totalitarian connotations of the buzzword big data.
Big, cheap invisibility cloaks are suddenly beginning to emerge thanks to some simple optical short cuts that physicists have discovered