The patterns of links between buyers and sellers of sex in an online forum differs in important ways from other internet related networks, says a new study. This may have important implications for the spread of sexually transmitted diseases
A small cell network over the company’s HQ could herald new competition for established carriers.
Sudoku fanatics have long claimed that the smallest number of starting clues a puzzle can contain is 17. Now a year-long calculation proves there are no 16-clue puzzles.
Entire GPS systems, including batteries and wireless transmitters for downloading data, are now no bigger than a coin.
Watching a virtual-reality promo of the film “Wild” on a Gear VR headset kind of blew my mind.
Field experiments in rural India have revealed a cheap and simple way to find the best connected individuals in any social network–just ask the people.
Last week, Paul Allen and a colleague challenged the prediction that computers will soon exceed human intelligence. Now Ray Kurzweil, the leading proponent of the “Singularity,” offers a rebuttal.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
A new way to analyze human reaction times shows that the brain processes data no faster than 60 bits per second.
The friendship paradox is the empirical observation that your friends have more friends than you do. Now network scientists say your friends are probably wealthier and happier, too.