Hands-on with the HTC Vive Pre at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES)
New services already let you pay to skip ads, but do we really want to turn the Web into a vending machine?
Google is modifying the next generation of its Glass wearable for use in the workplace
We could easily go ad-free—if we put our money where our mouse is
The terrestrial network could eliminate the GPS’s blind spots and advance indoor mapping
A cybersecurity science activity
Researchers designed a chip that transfers data not with electrons but with photons—resulting in a potential 10-fold boost in speed. Christopher Intagliata reports
Silver-based ink, flowing from a ballpoint pen, write circuits that power lights
Were the San Bernardino suspects smart to toss theirs into a local lake?
These devices teach you new things, monitor your health and protect your property
Ken Perlin, a New York University computer science professor and virtual reality pioneer, talks with Scientific American tech editor Larry Greenemeier about the state of virtual reality, its history and where it's heading ...
While many different factors can dull your wireless signal, it would take a lot of holiday twinkling to thwart your router
The physical nature of computers might reveal deep truths about their uniquely powerful abstract abilities
This generation of VR is cheaper and more accessible than its predecessors. Some of it is even driven by smartphones. Click here for even more information.
This week I’m going to cover some of the high profile hacks that have happened recently, including Lastpass, Kaspersky and the White House’s Office of Personnel Management (OPM)...
Researchers want to wire the human body with sensors that could harvest reams of data—and transform health care
Algorithms could aid discovery at the Large Hadron Collider, but raise transparency concerns
Just how sensitive is Earth's climate to increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide?
Apple, Google and others are creating whole ecosystems of products. Here is a full rundown
Video talks (and one audio interview) with the scientists behind four transformative innovations