New lithium-ion “stretchable” – not just flexible – batteries promise to power new kinds of devices that could be embedded in the human body.
As the U.S. Navy’s epic fail last week demonstrates, Apple Maps isn’t the only potential trouble spot for digital maps.
The Pentagon has announced that it will increase the size of the U.S. Cyber Command. Despite a vague timeline, this move displays the fact that our modern warfare is moving in a more cyber direction. But are we ready to take it on?
This is one of the few times over-sharing can actually be a good thing. A new study demonstrates that Twitter can be a useful tool in tracking a spreading illness.
A new study says microblogging offers insight into how our minds work.
VoIP phones are everywhere these days. And they could be a security vulnerability.
The TWC/Roku deal is another tacit admission from a cable giant that times are changing in the world of television.
Apple store robberies may not be the crimes of the century, but with the big score in Paris on New Years Eve, they should get consideration for crimes of the year.
Internet porn surfers everywhere were crying foul last week over Google’s decision to change its “SafeSearch” feature to exclude adult content from searches.
Getting a big mobile contract from a major enterprise is hard enough, but it’s even more difficult when the customer is the federal government – or the military.
Playing Temple Run while watching TV could do more than distract your attention from the drama unfolding on Downton Abbey. It could also be a cause – or a result – of depression and anxiety.
Verisign was able to renew its contract with ICANN for the continued operation of .com domain names, but not without a few restrictions.
Online video sites and gaming console makers are teaming up to change the way we watch television.
A few holiday seasons down the road, both big-deal days may seem as quaint and dated as Sears Catalogs and keeping stores closed on Sundays.
Applied for a job at Intuit a few years ago? If you worked for eBay, there might be an illegal reason why you didn’t get a callback.
If women really were on Venus and men from Mars, would their major purchases be different? Would women’s laptops, maybe, be pearly pink with a manicure-friendly latch? Well, they are in Japan.
The supercomputer Titan is on track to be the world’s fastest, thanks in large part to gaming.
Everyone with Internet access is a political fact-checker, which, of course, means reliable fact-checking is hard to find. We need unbiased professionals schooled in information science, preferably ones with access to physical documents. We need librarians.
Did you know “camera toss” photography was a thing? Apparently, Nikon has known about it for quite some time, a patent from the company was published this week that shows how they are planning to build this feature into a new kind of camera.
3D printing seems to be everywhere these days, used to create everything from handguns to headphones. But what does it really take to get started: How much does it cost, how difficult is it to use, and how do you actually get your hands on a 3D printer?