Hundreds of dollars and as many pounds of goods supplanted, thanks to a single device.
Various historians have concluded that Einstein’s first wife, Mileva, may have secretly contributed to his work. Now a new analysis seeks to settle the matter.
Japanese researchers build a gun capable of stopping speakers in mid-sentence.
Social media is playing an increasingly important role in religious activity. Computer scientists ask: How is that reflected in the Twitter stream?
Sure, lithium-ion batteries have risks, but so do gasoline-powered cars.
Criminals are increasingly using the internet to turn dirty money into a spotless shade of green. Now a report written for the United Nations lifts the lid on many of these increasingly popular techniques.
Vermont got it wrong on GMOs. Its mistake will affect people far beyond its borders.
Anecdotal reports suggest that autistic adults benefit from computer-based communication. Now the scientific evidence is building.
Osram Sylvania LED bulb shows that lighting manufacturers can finally match other technologies on brightness.
Unlike conventional semiconductors, graphene cannot be switched off, a problem that threatens to scupper its use in future generations of transistors. Now physicists think they’ve found a solution.