Vibrating armband helps athletes make the right moves
Malware can take ugly leap forward to virtual machines
Mozilla's Shumway pushes Flash to off-ramp
New method to examine batteries -- MRI from the inside
There is an ever-increasing need for advanced batteries for portable electronics, such as phones, cameras, and music players, but also to power electric vehicles and to facilitate the distribution and storage of energy derived ...
Adobe plugs Flash webcam spy hole
Basketball shot selection analyzed mathematically
Hackers find weaknesses in car computer systems
As cars become more like PCs on wheels, what's to stop a hacker from taking over yours? In recent demonstrations, hackers have shown they can slam a car's brakes at freeway speeds, jerk the steering wheel ...
Research shows precisely which strategies help players win team-oriented video games
(Phys.org) —Computer science researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a technique to determine which strategies give players an edge at winning in multi-player (action) real-time ...
Game system castAR debuts at Maker Faire
Researchers find correlation between face shape and procreation rates and rank in male soldiers
Leadership emerges spontaneously during games
(Phys.org) —Video game and augmented-reality game players can spontaneously build virtual teams and leadership structures without special tools or guidance, according to researchers.
Intel's mysterious TV device sparks industry chatter
Buzz is building over Intel's secretive TV set-top box due out later this year, which the chipmaker claims will provide live and other content via the Internet, is easy to use, and boasts face-recognition ...
How communities effectively punish antisocial behaviour
(Phys.org) —New research provides an insight into how groups of people tackle social dilemmas and effectively punish those engaging in anti-social behaviour.
What's between a slip and a slide? Research leads towards new standards for tennis courts
Working with the International Tennis Federation and colleagues at the University of Exeter, the team from the University of Sheffield's Faculty of Engineering developed a test machine which applies large forces to a surface ...