Microsoft built a giant tent on its Redmond, Wash., campus in which it will reveal details of the next Xbox video game console on Tuesday
New plastic cloaks are easier to fabricate and lighter
Just as the industrial age produced the laws of thermodynamics, we need universal laws of complexity to solve our seemingly intractable problems
Future networks must push past current wireless bandwidth limitations
Smart cars already boast wi-fi, GPS, cameras, radar and other sensors and, in the not too distant future, may drive themselves
Take it easy when using social media. The signs of lurking at someone's account are easy to spot
Digital simulations have become so powerful that companies send their products through the wringer—sometimes literally—before ever building a prototype
The U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI believe they don't need a search warrant to review Americans' e-mails, Facebook chats, Twitter direct messages, and other private files, internal documents reveal...
Help scientists map trash on coastlines and waterways
Google Glass--a novelty, an accessory, or the next big thing?
When Google said it would acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.4 billion, it was applauded as a bold move to shore up its patent position.
In what may be a dangerous trend, the influx of digital gadgets into daily life has made people super productive, yet much less attentive and able to focus on any single detail
The recent AP Twitter account hack looks like an example of a successful spear phishing attack, in which a targeted e-mail duped the news agency's employees. Larry Greenemeier reports
The next Google Glass owner who winks at you may actually be taking your picture The next Google Glass owner who winks at you may actually be taking your picture.
Intel’s Justin Rattner explains why we need new displays and graphics. Tricorders?—Not so much
Tech Talker: Quick and Dirty Tips to Navigate the Digital World
The Internet may be too hot for data centers to handle
Seven next-generation materials promise to change the way the world is made
For Google, the future is "Now" Google's predictive search and voice recognition tool sauntered over to Apple's iOS as an app on Monday.