Researchers take an empirical approach to the human processes of collaboration and creation, searching for ways to improve
Publishing houses: Hide your children. Amazon is coming to get you.
An image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope captures the formation of new stars in the Orion nebula
Many applications and services that use remote storage have very similar icons -- four circles connected by a flat bottom
An image of Carina Nebula, a star-forming region some 7,5000 light years away from Earth
Apple's new digital personal assistant is distinctively feminine, just like the disembodied voices of GPS, voicemail, and corporate call centers.
An algae bloom off the coast of Michigan, Ohio, and Ontario is the worst in decades, so extensive that it is visible from space
The murky legal landscape of the state's rights regarding the search and seizure of your mobile devices
The sun's light gets filtered by Saturn's rings, creating a pattern of stripes across the planet
An image taken by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows a nebula that is 1,600 light years away from Earth
An experiment planned for this spring will try to predict social crises, riots, and pandemics by looking into the crystal ball of our online data
Photographs of the abandoned villages of Charavgi and Kleitos, now home to just one security guard, a shepherd, and his family
A mosaic image from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope shows the stars and swirling hydrogen gas at the core of the Milky Way
An online home for the stories of Americans who are struggling with sickness, debt, and unemployment during these hard times
Japan's massive consumer electronics exhibition showcases some gadgets from the cutting edge
A photograph taken from the Terra satellite shows the leaves beginning to change in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
The company's storefronts have become the unofficial gathering spot for fans to pay tribute to the man who built the brand
An image of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs introducing the Apple II computer in Cupertino, California, in 1977
The story of the early efforts to use an IBM 360 to catalog the holdings of a handful of art museums
The minds behind the Digital Public Library of America are thinking very big. Can they succeed where others have failed?