The winners of Microsoft's Imagine Cup aim to create a device "to solve the language barrier between sign-language users and the rest of the world."
With the help of nearly 9,000 backers, Ouya reaches and breaks its $950,000 fundraising goal in no time.
Writing at Motherboard, Abraham Riesman tells the tale of"Les Horribles Cernettes," the web's ur-photograph, taken 20 years ago next week.
The plan for the new rover's Martian touchdown next month is ingenious, and not all that different from how a Disney cartoon once imagined it.
Those visiting Russia's Wikipedia today will see only a statement against the Information Act, which will be debated in the State Duma tomorrow
At every step of the way, newer tools for conveying and analyzing science had better results than more traditional methods.
Two pictures, one before and one after, show the cityand particularly its suburbs dark following last week's storm.
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An animated explanation of the Higgs Boson
But requests from copyright-holders resulted in the deletion of more than 5,000 tweets.
Gay and straight marriages are now equal in the eyes of the
law biggest social-networking site on the planet.
Google's vision for geospatial information: "We don't want a monoculture where there is just one map of the world. There never has been; there never will be."
A visualization of geocoded tweets is a good illustration of how wide is the Twitter world
Knitted-together footage of the Earth, sky, and stars as seen from the International Space Station
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The Obamacare decision brought hundreds of thousands of people to a site normally reserved for law junkies.
Technically these colorful bands are not rainbows at all but a glory, a different but similarly beautiful phenomenon formed by the interplay between water and light.
Earlier today at the keynote for its developers conference, Google provided a dramatic demonstration its forthcoming Google Glass technology.
The Brookhaven National Laboratory's particle accelerator has set the world record for a man-made temperature, at around 7.2 trillion degrees Farenheit.
An opinion survey commissioned by The Atlantic finds telling differences among America's generations.