The Must-Have Effect: When an Upgrade is Available, People Tend to Break What They'd Like to Replace
Research suggests you might have dropped that cellphone on purpose
A new book details the success of trolls in turning the media against itself
Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, gave his view of the next couple of decades in the evolution of TV-watching at the re:publica 15 digital culture conference in Berlin on May 5 ...
One school is trying out a lightweight sack meant to keep devices from being a classroom distraction without forcing students to give up their digital lifelines
Stuxnet was just the beginning, as malware becomes the new nuclear option
Ads don't have to be static or sneaky to be effective. Five user-friendly ways ads could thrive in a digital world
A lifelike, if stilted, robot makes her debut at a Japanese department store, while a smaller bot is ready to answer questions at a local bank
A report predicts fighter jocks may not need speedy, agile jet fighters because they could rely on long-range sensors, smart missiles and swarms of smart robotic machines to attack from afar...
The "Internet of Things" is everywhere. But what is it exactly? And how does it affect your life? Tech Talker delves into this hot new buzz word
Robotics researchers are building a headlight that quickly adjusts to changing conditions, allowing drivers to see through rain and snow, follow GPS directions and dodge roadway obstacles...
Nobel laureate physicist William Shockley recruited Gordon Moore to help advance transistor technology, kicking off the creation of Silicon Valley and the digital revolution itself
Thanks to their GPS systems, smartphones in an array could pick up movements indicating the onset of an earthquake and provide extra seconds of early warning. Cynthia Graber reports
Miniature camera could be self-sustaining in smartphones and for surveillance
Military jets which fly over Europe without identifying themselves pose a high risk to civilian aircraft, aviation safety officials said in a report published on Tuesday
Political Twitter followers are largely useless filler according to Obama's re-election architect
The writer–director of Ex Machina talks robot consciousness, mass surveillance and trying to wrap his head around the multiverse
Books and recommendations from Scientific American
Blame your service provider—and mobile video