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  • Consumer-Driven Disruptions

    A look at some of the small-scale innovations that went on to upend entire industries.(Licensed under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0. Wikimedia images from: Infrogmation, Priwo, Grm wnr, Atreyu, Rajkumar1220, Ericd, Crazy Louco. Other images courtesy of the: U.S. National Archives, Carrier, Motorola, Apple.)

  • Gadget Roundup: Part 2

    A retro arcade system, a screen for business road warriors, and a brain wave reader are some of the best gadgets the editors of Technology Review have come across in the past year.

  • Eye Ball

    A globe studded with cameras captures a panorama if you throw it in the air.

  • Party Robot

    Originally developed as a therapeutic tool to help autistic children with social communication, this robot is now being released as a toy that can dance in time to music or clapping. Sensors make the robot sensitive to types of touch, allowing it to respond differently to, say, pokes and squeezes.

  • From Concept to Cover

    Chris Foss has created some of the most iconic images in science fiction over the course of his 40-year career. He has painted covers for the books of Isaac Asimov, James Blish, Arthur C. Clarke, Philip K. Dick, and many more. TRSF is his first major U.S. commission in recent years, and this video shows how Foss developed the painting from the sketch of an idea to a gripping image. For more about Foss’s work, visit www.chrisfossart.com.

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