Oct. 21, 2014 — Social networks can be a viable source for photo-vouchered biodiversity records, especially those that clarify which species exist in what places within developing nations, one expert ... full story
Oct. 20, 2014 — The X-29, an American experimental aircraft has inspired quantum computing researchers in a development which will bring the technology out of the ... full story
Oct. 17, 2014 — Computer chips with superconducting circuits -- circuits with zero electrical resistance -- would be 50 to 100 times as energy-efficient as today's chips, an attractive trait given the ... full story
Oct. 16, 2014 — The familiar interfaces of online social networking sites might be adapted to allow us to interact more efficiently with our networked devices such as cars, domestic appliances and gadgets. The ... full story
Oct. 16, 2014 — Unwanted intruders are finding it more and more difficult to hack computer systems and networks thanks to today's advanced detection technologies. With the help of emulation-based technologies, ... full story
Oct. 15, 2014 — New ways of documenting and sharing artifacts are being explored in recent study. Archaeologists are now using the tools of the 21st century to explore the past, researchers say, and are exploring ... full story
Oct. 15, 2014 — Two professors are figuring out the most effective ways we’re influenced to give away personal information online and what warnings would be most effective to get us to ... full story
Oct. 14, 2014 — A longitudinal study of broadband Internet usage illuminates the relationship among services, performance, pricing, and demand in developed and developing ... full story
Oct. 14, 2014 — Computers of the future could be built from 'magnetic tornadoes,' according to new research into nanotechnology. Using computer simulations, the team have shown it is possible to create ... full story
Oct. 12, 2014 — Spintronics is a new field of electronics, using electron spin rather than charge. Scientists have now shown that a conventional electrical insulator can be used as an optimal spintronic ... full story
Oct. 9, 2014 — Computing researchers have come up with a new principle they call 'data smashing' for estimating the similarities between streams of arbitrary data without human intervention, and without ... full story
Oct. 8, 2014 — Peer-to-peer file sharing over the Internet is a popular alternative approach for people worldwide to get the digital content they want. But little is known about these users and systems because data ... full story
Oct. 7, 2014 — Scientists have invented a new way to encrypt telephone conversations that makes it very difficult to ‘eavesdrop’. The invention can help to curb industrial ... full story
Oct. 7, 2014 — Until now, if you want to print a greeting card for a loved one, you can use colorful graphics, fancy typefaces or special paper to enhance it. But what if you could integrate paper-thin displays ... full story
Oct. 6, 2014 — Researchers have built a new system that protects Internet users’ privacy whilst increasing the flexibility for web developers to build web applications that combine data from different web sites, ... full story
- Beyond LOL cats, social networks could become trove of biodiversity data
- Quantum holograms as atomic scale memory keepsake
- The social web of things: Smart cars, appliances and people
- Even the latest malware detection systems can be bypassed
- Digital archaeology changes exploration of the past
- How can we be effectively warned not to give away our information online?
- Relationship among broadband performance, pricing, and demand worldwide
- Future computers could be built from magnetic 'tornadoes'
- Does Facebook make you lonely?
- Computer science: 'Data smashing' could unshackle automated discovery
- Private telephone conversations: Dynamic encryption keeps secrets
- Printing in the hobby room: Paper-thin and touch-sensitive displays on various materials
- New web privacy system could revolutionize the safety of Internet surfing
- Pressing the accelerator on quantum robotics
- Software for Google glass that provides captions for hard-of-hearing users
- Elusive particle that is its own antiparticle observed
- New approach to on-chip quantum computing
- Ultrafast remote switching of light emission
- New dimension for integrated circuits: 3-D nanomagnetic logic
- Can cartoons be used to teach machines to understand the visual world?
- Conflictive animations support the development of programming skills
- New discovery could pave way for spin-based computing: Novel oxide-based magnetism follows electrical commands
- Putting the squeeze on quantum information
- New insights into the world of quantum materials
- Toward quantum computing, spintronic memory, better displays: Nuclear spins control current in plastic LED
- In wake of uproar over Facebook’s emotional manipulation study, bioethics scholars say new rules are 'moral imperative'
- Habitual Facebook users: Suckers for social media scams?
- Scientists fabricate single-photon sources in solid matter
- The quantum revolution is a step closer: New way to run a quantum algorithm
- Video game teaches kids how to code
- New method to detect prize particle for future quantum computing
- Can a stack of computer servers survive an earthquake?
- Quantum control of molecules for ultra-fast computers: Single laser stops molecular tumbling motion instantly
- Cellphone addiction harming academic performance is 'an increasingly realistic possibility'
- Computer games give a boost to English
- Doing more with less: New technique uses fraction of measurements to efficiently find quantum wave functions
- Avatars make the Internet sign to deaf people
- Better than CAPTCHA: Improved method to let computers know you are human
- Promise in automated reasoning, hypothesis generation over complete medical literature
- 'Robo Brain' will teach robots everything from the Internet
- Major step toward optical computing: Non-metallic metamaterial used to 'compress' and contain light
- Cloud computing: The last step towards technological globalization?
- Make your mobile device live up to its true potential: As a data collection tool
- New tool makes a single picture worth far more than a thousand words
- Molecular engineers record an electron's quantum behavior
- Bypass commands from brain to legs through computer
- Earlier diagnosis, treatment of mental illness? Genetic computer network inference model
- Can our computers continue to get smaller and more powerful?
- New programming language accommodates multiple languages in same program
- Diamonds are a quantum computer's best friend
- The economy of bitcoins: New ways to study social action on markets
- Computer program assesses quality of Wikipedia entries
- Ion duet offers tunable module for quantum simulator
- Diamond defect interior design: Planting imperfections at specific spots within a diamond lattice could advance quantum computing
- Teaching by Twitter: A viable option?
- No-power Wi-Fi connectivity could fuel Internet of Things reality
- How 'biological spark plug' in biomolecular motors works
- On-chip topological light: First measurements of transmission and delay
- When particles fall left and right at the same time: Physicists develop new method to verify quantum entanglement
- Finding quantum 'lines of desire': Physicists track quantum system's wanderings through quantum state space