Why the world’s most famous outsourcing hub for tiny tasks is littered with spam and shoddy workmanship.
Cheap, simple water filters made of plant xylem could dramatically reduce the incidence of water-borne diseases in places without access to clean drinking water, say engineers.
Making computers faster means relying on the central processing unit (CPU) less than ever before.
Not only does student participation decline dramatically throughout the new generation of Web-based courses, but the involvement of teachers in online discussions makes it worse.
A factory that takes in raw materials and produces finished battery packs could lower costs for the most expensive part of an EV.
How the Internet is changing the way we work
To translate one language into another, find the linear transformation that maps one to the other. Simple, say a team of Google engineers
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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.
A new way to analyze human reaction times shows that the brain processes data no faster than 60 bits per second.