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While many startups still operate in “stealth” mode, a growing number instead bring out public “beta” versions of their software.
A prototype unveiled this week hints at true “instant on” computing.
If prizes like the Grand Challenge work so well at advancing technology, why not create more of them?
Technology Review’s editor in chief, Jason Pontin, talks with Nicholas Negroponte about the Hundred Dollar Computer.
After years of caution, venture capitalists are warming up to robotics companies such as iRobot, Zoom Systems, and InTouch Technologies.
Single-celled algae called diatoms could provide the structure for mass-produced nanodevices.
Robert Noyce dreamed up the microchip in a 1959 notebook entry.
Language Weaver’s machine-translation software aids homeland security.
These high-tech machines are no toys.
TR’s Emerging Technology Conference ended yesterday as it started: with a look at how technology can be used to create a more equitable world.