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A free business-focused social network lets employees choose how to collaborate.
Collaboration software from a company called Jive Software is challenging products from established rivals such as IBM.
Information technology can continue to boost productivity, as long as businesses use it to innovate.
Northwestern startup mines data and uses surveys to help companies identify their key people.
Researchers are tapping computational social-analysis tools to sell drugs and promote health.
Technologies for analyzing mundane smart-phone data trails could prove a boon to business, researchers say.
Companies are developing a standard measure for products’ carbon emissions in hopes of simplifying decisions for consumers.
A growing number of law-enforcement agencies are turning to analytics software to stop street violence before it happens.
Scientists want more scanner safety data before they can say yes.
Technology Review reporter Lauren Cox tests the Zipcar app, which lets drivers find the nearest available car in 55 cities, on the iPhone. The mobile-phone app lets customers be more spontaneous about renting a vehicle for an hour or so.