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If there's anything observers can say with certainty, it's that Silicon Valley remains an anomalous industry.
The first Heidelberg Laureate Forum brought together the brightest minds of the past, the present, and the future in math and computer science.
Facebook has so many users—more than a billion, or roughly the population of India—that squeezing them all into one Web page seems almost impossible.
While the collection of private information by the National Security Agency is under scrutiny worldwide, a remarkable amount of your digital trail is also available to local law enforcement officers, IRS investigators, the FBI…
BISON is a new software designed to make it easier for researchers to gain insight into processes they would not otherwise have resources to simulate.
The Comparative Constitutions Project has built a new website that offers a collection of constitutions from nations around the world.
A tiny chip used in smartphones to adjust the orientation of the screen can detect moderate to strong earthquakes when located near the epicenter.
New ultra-fast wireless antennas may be on the way, but don't throw away your old wireless router just yet.
Linguists who once spent an entire career reconstructing a major language family now can accomplish that in just a few hours.
A year-long celebration of the life and work of a man whom many call the founding father of computer science.
Initiatives favor direct connections, named resources, and cryptography.