Researchers have translated the behavior of slime mold into "emotions" and displayed them, just as you'd expect, on a creepy robot face.
Top executives at RadioShack, Veritas, and Lotus all left their jobs after falsehoods were found on their resumes. A business ethicist calls the academic misstatements of Yahoo's CEO "fatal."
Sifting through millions of tweets, researchers at Brigham Young say they found that each state's ratio of tweets discussing suicide strongly correlates with its actual suicide rate.
As if more proof were needed that computers can do anything, a Texas bridegroom writes a computer program that acts as the minister at his and his bride's wedding. The virtual minister is called Rev. Bit.
Microsoft is doubling down on its bet of focusing on customers to pitch its software, this time tapping parents and small-business owners to tout Office 2010.
Once lost on a plane, author Philip K. Dick's android head is back to test the limits of AI research. Looks nearly as good as a Nexus-6.
IomegaWare 3.0: Readers confirm reports of disk corruption
Automotive news reports on Toyota's plans to launch a fuel cell vehicle.
Automotive News reports on findings that unintended acceleration in Toyota vehicles was due to driver error.
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