Hollywood Science Gone Bad
Journalist David Kushner takes up a topic we all love to complain about: outrageously stupid science in movies and television.
Can rapping make engineering hip? Semiconductor engineer Rajeev Bajaj thinks it can
The Mash Monsters
DJs Adrian & the Mysterious D sing the praises of the mashup, a do-it-yourself combo of existing music that has copyright lawyers licking their chops
High-Tech Dinosaurs, Coming to an Arena Near You
A traveling troupe of life-size dinosaurs tour the United States
Making Computer Crime Sexy
Our Science of Hollywood columnist looks at cybercrime in the movies and in real life
Sci-Tech: The Movie
Fifteen films that try to cross-pollinate art and science
The journey of Naren Shankar--from engineer to media mogul
Laser-Heated Hard Drives Could Break Data Density Barrier
Scientists at Seagate Technology show that heat-assisted magnetic recording could break the looming terabit-per-square-inch data limit
CES 2012: The Metadata Generation
Web crawling comes to the home network
Temporary Tattoo Keeps Tabs On Alcohol Intake
The device gives a discreet, disposable way to measure the alcohol level in your body
The Manager's Guide to Multiphysics Simulation
Multiphysics simulation reduces risk and shortens product development time
Boeing at 100
This paragon of technological moxie bet heavily on outsourcing and lost. Can it recover its luster?
How Cognitive Radio Can Help LTE-U and Wi-Fi Users Get Along
Mix in a little bit of licensed LTE, and everyone wins
Now You Too Can Buy Cloud-Based Deep Learning
Cloud-computing services deliver AI to the rest of us
Tesla Divorces Mobileye, or Vice-Versa
Tesla says it will develop its next-gen self-driving software in-house
Promise of Nanowires in Optoelectronics Realized By Getting Them Connected
Researchers fabricate a photovoltaic device with hundreds of organic nanowires connected to nanoelectrodes
Amazon to Test Delivery Drone Autonomy in the U.K.
It's not working yet in the United States, so why not move autonomous delivery to the U.K. and hope for better luck?