Whether neutrinos are faster than light is still up in the air, but researchers find they can take communications through stone.
The never-ending number has led to ingenious algorithms used to calculate it with precision, in the process expanding the boundaries of what computers can do.
In an era when even on-disk encyclopedias seem to be passé, Britannica's move to all-digital editions was inevitable.
NASA is going into outer space again, but this time instead of launching a spaceship, it's sending some Angry Birds.
More concierge than search engine, Wolfram Alpha Pro will analyze a query, perform high-end math calculations and even analyze images.
The Cheetah, part of the agency's research into all-terrain robots, is designed to move like the speedy hunting cat.
Researchers at IBM have developed new error-correction and fabrication processes that greatly increase processing times for quantum computers.
Microsoft's Kinect can take inputs from a mouse, stylus, touch, voice or a motion-sensing device.
The agency is looking at new information processing and networking technologies to dramatically reduce the time it takes to analyze data.
This year, the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the world's population, according to a new forecast, continuing a trend that will help push global mobile data traffic to 10 exabytes by 2016.
Almost anything these days could become a client on your network, even a portable gaming console such as the Vita, with all the advantages and risks that entails.
State becomes the first to allow self-driving vehicles -- for testing, at the moment -- which Google says can increase safety.