For the next month, I’m trying out a smartphone-less existence. Am I crazy?
Entire GPS systems, including batteries and wireless transmitters for downloading data, are now no bigger than a coin.
A magician’s card trick has prompted a mathematical re-evaluation of the limits on data compression.
Security analysts reveal the inner workings of China’s efforts to block the Tor anonymity network–and how to get around this censorship.
The optional solar roof on Toyota’s 2010 Prius may not provide a watt of mobility.
After more than a year of unsuccessful searching, authorities called in an elite group of statisticians. Working on their recommendations, the next search found the wreckage just a week later.
Samsung wants you to know the camera isn’t dead yet.
An Apple engineer discloses how the company’s premier recommendation engine parses millions of iTunes libraries.
Quarantine for Cyberbullies: The Latest Strategy in the Fight Against Offensive Social Media Content
If people post offensive content, cutting off their contact to the network can prevent their messages from spreading, say network theorists.
Take a short, single strand of DNA, zap it with terahertz waves and watch how it vibrates. Voila, a machine that can detect DNA sequences.