Those attending this week's Faculty Summit in Redmond will have a chance to see the spherical surface computer that Microsoft has been cooking up in its labs.
Yahoo hopes its Build Your Own Search Service program has piqued the interest of academic researchers. Next stop: start-ups.
I am finally reading Nassim Nicholas Taleb's mesmerizing book The Black Swan - The Impact of The Highly Improbable, and I am intrigued by the parallels you can draw to Obama's campaign (they may be quite a stretch, but those are the best, no?)
Within the plethora of daily tweets, researchers in the fields of health, natural disasters, finance, and more can find insightful information.
"Late Late Show" host will produce "I F-ing Love Science" TV show for Science Channel, which hopes to show the lighter side of science.
Academics working with carbon nanotubes develop low-power memory technology with potential use in smartphones, cameras, and other consumer gadgets.
Chinese monitoring site GreatFire says Microsoft is filtering certain search results. Microsoft pins the blame on a system error.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says humans are to blame for our warming planet. Crave's Eric Mack recalls a time in Alaska where he learned exactly which humans could be most responsible.
Research from the U.K. suggests that those who post vast numbers of pictures to Facebook might have trouble enjoying relationships in real life.