Using the Internet can destroy your faith. That’s the conclusion of a study showing that the dramatic drop in religious affiliation in the U.S. since 1990 is closely mirrored by the increase in Internet use.
The fuel-sipping cars have been unprofitable, but technological advances are changing that.
Improved chargers cut down on wait times, but they’re expensive, among other drawbacks.
With technology comes power. Shouldn’t MIT teach students how to use it responsibly?
Because China relies so heavily on coal for power, electric vehicles aren’t necessarily an improvement over gasoline-powered cars.
Upholding Obamacare means more for the growing ranks of independent innovators than it does for any political party.
Both candidates say they support renewable energy. Romney, though, would do little to create markets for it.
Shanley Kane challenges the assumptions and practices of the tech industry.
Wind and solar get all the attention, but a key path to lowering emissions involves finding a less expensive way to do carbon capture.
The equivalence principle is one of the corner stones of general relativity. Now physicists have used quantum mechanics to show how it fails.