Can digital technology really prevent identity theft?
A Legal Job in One Country is Grounds For Arrest in Another
Her research on integrated circuits advanced the Internet age by years. Now she finds herself revisiting her earliest, groundbreaking work in computers, which she long kept secret because, back then, she existed as a man
Companies want to sell your computer¿s spare processing time. Are there buyers?
In recognition of efforts to trample personal liberties on the electronic frontier
New analysis of economic data shows that unionization could maximize productivity
HAL's Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has again recognized four sets of researchers for their outstanding contributions. Here is a look at the work behind these achievements in chemistry, physics, medicine and economics
Plastic replicas mimic complex molecules
A new service raises the question: How much is too much?