Scientists are developing liquid metal or "electric blood" that can move and form 2D shapes. This may revolutionize the field of soft robotics.
For many years the concept of virtual worlds and far flung digital realities was the stuff of speculative fiction and philosophy. But it may soon take over the world.
Aurora 21 will help the US keep pace among the other nations who own the fastest supercomputers. Scientists plan on using it to map the connectome of the human brain.
Scientists solve the mystery of an ancient Babylonian tablet, rewriting history. They think the tablet has much to teach us.
Today’s children and youth are very tech savvy and easily use tablets, laptops, and smartphones to access the Internet, play games and consume media. AR can put that on fast-forward.
From a low-brow adolescent distraction to a sophisticated art form and educational tool, comic books are finally having their moment in the sun.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that AT&T may purchase Time Warner, without any conditions, arguing that the $85 billion deal doesn’t violate antitrust law.
Once a lucrative exercise anyone could do, bitcoin mining has grown out of control, and governments are weighing what to do.
In his latest book, Selfie, Will Storr explores the history of self-obsession, and wonders how we can fix it.
A new study highlights how blockchain technology can be a game-changer in education.