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Here's a curious experiment.
A recent report says U.S. election officials face an "impending crisis" as they try to replace voting systems they bought after Florida's flawed 2000 election.
The Internet Archive recently held an event at its San Francisco headquarters to show off some of its latest projects.
Purdue University researchers recently led a U.S. National Science Foundation-funded project investigating computer security.
Wouldn't the world be a happier place if 90 per cent of the people with jobs put their feet up instead and left the robots to do the work?
The NBA ushered in the new season this past week, and fans at the Staples Center for the Los Angeles Clippers' opening game had access to some new toys.
Chisel is a new system that lets programmers identify sections of their code that can tolerate small errors.
Nearly 70 percent of voters are expected to cast paper ballots this week in the United States.
Stanford University researchers say they have developed a system to help people translate text faster and more accurately than is currently possible.
Jan Scheuermann is not your average experimental subject.
It's flu season and Google has some news.
Four out of five programmers now use, or recently have used, open source development tools, says a new survey.
On a Saturday afternoon earlier this summer, dozens of hackers, journalists, and activists sat on the floor in a darkened hallway of the Pennsylvania Hotel in Midtown Manhattan, watching a projection of an empty lectern.
A comparison of Internet access in American cities with access in Europe and Asia found some smaller American cities tied for speed with the biggest cities abroad.
As online reviews become increasingly important to e-commerce and social media sites, computer scientists work on ways to ensure their authenticity.
New apps and pods improve the virtual and actual retail experiences by ensuring clothing and cosmetics look good on you before you buy them.