SOS: Stress Outsourced, adds a dimension to social networking by transforming the metaphorical touching into an actual massage.
Scholars of a future past will face a challenge very different from the job of contemporary academics.
New communications buoys allow submarines to send and receive text messages while submerged and moving.
The proliferation of mobile devices like the iPhone has allowed worshippers to experience religion in new ways.
The alleged Russian spies recently arrested by the FBI are accused of encoding messages into otherwise innocuous pictures.
A new generation of ham radio operators is keeping the tradition alive by combining decades-old radio techniques with modern technology.
The Deepwater Horizon oil leak has caused significant damage to the Gulf of Mexico’s ecosystem, but certain species are in more trouble than others.
Martial arts have formalized moves for everything from disarming an attacker to drawing a sword, but which move is the most deadly?
A novel method of circuit board production could lead to a new generation of faster, smaller and more energy-efficient computers.
Yesterday’s elections saw big wins for women in politics, but in the U.S., government is still primarily a man’s world.
: In 1911, two teams of explorers took on the South Pole, and became the first humans to see that part of the planet. Their pictures and artifacts tell a story of triumph and hardship.