A windmill less than two millimeters across could recharge your cell phone battery, researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington hope.
With piracy rampant and licensed content free online due to Hollywood and site operator deals in China, some companies believe the answer is to expand the mobile Internet and make it convenient for people to watch and pay for movies before the pirates get them
Apple’s popularity has spawned a host of manufacturers of counterfeit iPhones, which often look like the real thing. But there are ways to figure out if your iPhone is genuine.
GitHub’s “Passion Projects,” which let female developers talk about the work they love, have proved beneficial to both sides.
As more kids go online to study and take exams, teachers have come to accept the digital world as an effective medium to teach kids.
Somalia’s extremist al-Shabab group has reportedly banned the Internet on mobile devices and fiber optic networks. The militia, designated by the U.S. as a terrorist organization, has given telecoms 15 days to comply.
A recently published study found that some anonymous players cheat because the online groups they belong to consider cheating acceptable behavior.
It might be impossible to determine the fate of dormant coins. But researchers have found that up to 64% of bitcoins have never been spent. Can they still be spent?