Microsoft risks damaging the Windows ecosystem at the very moment it needs to leverage it.
Intel’s goal is to build chips that work more like the human brain. Now its engineers think they know how
The rhetoric about “cyberwar” is getting out of control.
The case highlights a troubling disconnect between online life and the rule of the law.
The most extensive quantum computation in history took just 270 milliseconds, say quantum physicists.
African physicists build the first laser with a beam that can be controlled and shaped digitally.
The global pattern of e-mail communication reflects the cultural fault lines thought to determine future conflict, say computational social scientists.
Computer scientists have analysed thousands of memorable movie quotes to work out why we remember certain phrases and not others.
When we read on dead trees, do we retain more?
A patent that covers digital encryption of “objects” could bring copy protection to 3-D printing.