Mathematicians are finally being offered an honour equivalent to, and in financial terms more generous than, the Nobel prizes for chemistry, physics and medicine. The Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics
LG Display has outdone itself, with more flexible displays than it’s ever made before. The company announced today a flexible 18-inch panel made of organic light-emitting diodes, or OLEDs, as well as new
It's a catch-22: the lenses of ground-based telescopes can be made huge, but are hamstrung by distortion from the atmosphere. Hubble-type telescopes don't have that issue, but must be small to be launched
NFC, Bluetooth, WiFi, mobile data, plain 'ole voice calls. Your phone has no shortage of ways to connect with things, but that hasn't stopped a group of Finnish scientists finding a way to communicate
The Supreme Court led by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. showed again this year that it is playing a long game, writing opinions that move the law in small but steady steps in a conservative direction.
Google I/O is starting on Wednesday, and this year, we have tons of exciting stuff to look forward to. I/O may be a developer-centric conference, but the event has always been a celebration of all things
Pregnant women have heard it time and time again: What you eat during those nine months can have long-term effects on your child's health. Heck, one study even found that when pregnant women eat a diverse
Health disparities in the U.S. lead to hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths each year, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If all Americans had equal access