A new removable filter can let you watch 3-D movies on your smartphone without glasses. The filter builds on technology that has been around for close to 100 years.
Google has been an expert prankster on April Fools’ Days for years. From Google Translate for Animals, to Google Fiber, it has kept the spirit of April 1.
Mind meld rats: The brains of two rats—one in Brazil and one in the U.S.—were linked together, according to a new paper.
It’s not everyday that a woman writes a ‘Dear John’ letter to the venture capital community Dear VCs, I’m Breaking up with Some Of You”—call the old boy’s club [...]
A pair of electrical engineers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has developed tiny, inexpensive silicon microchips that can generate and radiate [...]
Space exploration has always fascinated man, and the first steps to this glorious adventure could very well be underway as two young companies draw up plans to begin mining [...]
Telecom companies who were once thought of innovators and trend-setters in technology are now being beaten at their own game. New players like Nimbuzz, Viber, Vonage and [...]
If DNA storage evolvesinto an affordable and quick data storage and retrieval system, Google could store all of the world’s data in a server the size of a granola bar, and [...]
Architecture has been a bit of an IT laggard. That may change now that Frank Gehry has brought his 3D modeling—the basis for many of his renowned, contoured projects—to [...]
Facebook announced Graph Search, a tool that would allow Facebook users to search for relevant information about their lives in relation to the social network.