Vatican and Oxford libraries announce joint digital conversion of some manuscripts, books
More world literature just got its door kicked open digitally. For the first time scholars will be able to compare material kept in the separate collections for centuries.
Scientists work up a crab-powered computer
Facebook buys startup aimed at loyal shoppers
Facebook on Friday confirmed that it bought a San Francisco startup that helps merchants court shoppers with rewards for checking in with smartphones during visits.
'Anonymous' member jailed for hacking UK abortion site
A member of the international computer hacking group Anonymous was jailed for two years, eight months on Friday for breaking into the website of Britain's biggest abortion service provider.
Topological transitions in metamaterials
The ability to control the flow of electrons using engineered materials is fundamental to the information technology revolution, yet many properties of matter are still unclear. Now a University of Alberta researcher is closer ...
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