The Mathematica developer's new Connected Device Project seeks to incorporate data from Net-connected devices and eventually make them programmable through the Wolfram Language.
Looking for a new way to generate random passwords? Rajat writes in with a great suggestion: use Wolfram Alpha! The site even generates mnemonic devices to help you remember the password.
Ever want see tons of visualizations and stats about your past Facebook posts? Veronica shows you how to see just that with Wolfram Alpha.
The organization's new tool helps users arrange their friends into groups and gain better insight into their Facebook network.
Free service will allow Facebook users to slice and dice their data, including daily posting activity and friend statistics.
Service lets people find out which planes are flying overhead, where they took off from, and where they're headed.
New Computable Document Format is designed to turn documents into interactive applications, but determining how it relates to and competes with existing PDF format will be a challenge.
According to a report by the New York Times, Apple's voice-controlled personal assistant Siri accounts for nearly 25 percent of the traffic handled by search engine Wolfram Alpha.
Stephen Wolfram's most ambitious project to date has yet to make a dent in the search market. However, the Internet search problem is far from settled.
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?