Researchers look at social media to understand how updates and “likes” differ between personality types.
Physicists have long known that entangled photons can make more precise measurements than independent ones. Now Japanese physicists have built a microscope that proves it.
An Apple engineer discloses how the company’s premier recommendation engine parses millions of iTunes libraries.
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Security analysts reveal the inner workings of China’s efforts to block the Tor anonymity network–and how to get around this censorship.
The US Naval Surface Warfare Center has created an Android app that secretly records your environment and reconstructs it as a 3D virtual model for a malicious user to browse
Japanese researchers build a gun capable of stopping speakers in mid-sentence.
Electric vehicles can be so quiet that they pose a new risk on the road. But what kind of artificial sound should be added?
If cryptocurrency is to succeed, its proponents need to acknowledge that it’s hard to divorce money from politics.
The Internet of Things probably already influences your life. And if it doesn’t, it soon will, say computer scientists