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Video is clogging the Internet. How we choose to unclog it will have far-reaching implications.
Walter Bender of One Laptop per Child says that reports of the program’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.
Taking advantage of human error tolerance could make cell phones more energy efficient.
Recent FCC hearings pitted network operators and content distributors against each other. But if the two can find a way to collaborate, the Internet will work better for everybody.
MIT researchers have been leading the way toward quantum computers—devices that could solve problems too big for all today’s supercomputers put together.
Forty years ago, NASA put a man on the moon. But MIT did the steering.
The surprising logic of MIT’s free online education program.
Claude Shannon, SM ‘40, PhD ‘40, threw down an irresistible challenge to those who would be pioneers of information theory. A young grad student soon met the challenge, but his solution languished in obscurity for decades.
Amid a welter of high-profile announcements, electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids will remain rare sights.
Rival aesthetics in the mashup community.