Motorola’s Moto 360 smart watch looks a lot like a regular watch but can still act like a computer.
Google’s one-gigabit service made a big statement, but what’s still far from clear is who actually uses it, and for what.
If the NSA did have the keys to the backdoor in a random number generator it could break some encryption without trouble.
Einstein’s famous critique of quantum mechanics first emerged in 1930, five years earlier than thought, according to a new analysis of his work.
Earth-bound challenges will determine the success of Facebook and Google’s plans to use balloons, drones and satellites to spread Internet access.
An approach based on network theory reveals the pattern of links between Mafia-controlled firms involved in organized crime and the rest of the economy.
Titanium sheets and additional aluminum deflect or block road debris, better protecting the lithium ion battery in the Model S.
Electrodialysis has the potential to desalinate seawater quickly and cheaply but does not remove other contaminants such as dirt and bacteria. Now chemical engineers have worked out how to do that too.
A lab at Harvard is developing materials with potentially revolutionary optical characteristics.
Researchers look at social media to understand how updates and “likes” differ between personality types.