Rounding down to zero? Pish-posh. In other intriguing news, Google and Dell may be working on an iPhone competitor. Dishy.
A company that caters to Ph.Ds is recrafting its software for students of math, music, and more. But will turning an iPod into a calculus calculator be a crutch or a brain booster?
Wrightspeed's electric car is a screamer; a dip into water monitoring investing; Evergreen Solar's big order; and the biofuels and food calculus.
A 13th-century bishop's theory about the formation of the universe has intriguing parallels with the theory of multiple universes.
The search engine celebrated Tax Day by paying tribute to one of the original numbers guys on his 306th birthday.
Amazon is considering a Prime rate increase, and it would push the cost higher than Netflix for the first time. That's good news for Netflix, but -- like Prime's combo of services -- it's a little complicated.
Justine Bateman, best known as Mallory Keaton on "Family Ties," shares her inspiring odyssey with putting acting on hold to go back to school to study coding, computer science, and quantum mechanics.
Pierre de Fermat, born on this day, famously doodled his last theorem in the margin of a textbook, troubling mathematicians for over 300 years.
SmartThings and other smart-home vendors will be watching WWDC with interest, but no need to move out yet.
Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs contains a lot of references to Android, which he viewed as a "stolen product."