Technology Review picks the year’s most significant advances in information technology.
A Scottish company develops artificial platelets that can cheaply and quickly plug leaks.
A collection of online editing applications lets people do more than just watch and share video.
Computers that use flash chips instead of a magnetic hard disk for memory are coming.
Are drugs that seek to serve a specific population changing our concept of race?
Danny Hillis talks about the real-world challenges of creating artificially intelligent machines.
Special care must be taken when introducing computers to schools in developing countries.
New fabrication technology improves memory capacity without increasing chip size.
Prominent physicist Freeman Dyson recalls the time he spent developing analytical methods to help the British Royal Air Force bomb German targets during World War II.