The people behind the "Half-Life" series and the Steam platform are now looking at biometrics -- specifically, the acidity of a player's perspiration -- to help create more vivid game experiences.
Not humans, but computers, are endlessly trading parts of companies, and even generating hundreds of thousands of fake orders to fool other computers so that high frequency traders can take advantage of the confusion.
At a time when nanoparticles are literally spreading across industries, the study is the most comprehensive yet that explores the effects of certain types on the lungs.
This is a tremendous opportunity for you, a young person, to be altruistic because desperate people are scared.
Since 2003, a group of experts has been working to connect computers and the Internet to the vast majority of Asia-Pacific residents who lack proficiency in English. The impact of their efforts is just now starting to be seen.
Created partially in response to sedentary work environments, lunch-hour dance parties are growing in popularity in New York and around the world.
The spread of automated license plate readers has privacy advocates concerned because although the majority of photos taken are of non-offenders, they can still be used to create individual mobility profiles.
Whether you're aware of it or not, your unconscious insecurities hold you back, and you need to be able to construct your failure narrative if you hope to reach your true potential.
Anyone on planet Earth can submit a haiku to be sent to Mars on the MAVEN mission.
Handwritten as in "no bubbles": Next school year, copier giant Xerox plans to roll out its Ignite software to interested schools. It can grade almost any kind of paper, including essays.
After thousands of years, including two centuries of industrialization, steelmaking methods are reaching their physical limits. A group of scientists suggests a cheaper, cleaner alternative using electrolysis.
This spectacular event occurs every year when the Moon nears the farthest point from the Earth making it appear too small to cover the sun, creating a ring of fire effect.
The constant posture of disbelief of the current is what makes science great.
Of all of the applications for additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, food tends to be the most universally popular.