Every year, Technology Review hosts the Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT. I sometimes say: I would love ETC even if it were not our own. I love it for its unembarrassed geekiness, I love it for the celebrity and interest…
The June issue of Technology Review contained both an article titled Do Maps have Morals? discussing the history of GIS and the moral implications of the power it gives its user, and one titled Group Rethink: Can Technology Raise Society’s…
A recent study found that free calling over the Internet, while financially enticing, is still a frustrating experience.
The collective wisdom of humans – not computers and algorithms – may provide an alternative to Google.
It could lead to a major change in the ability of U.S. scientists to do stem cell research.
The company has made public a chip the size of a pencil tip, which it hopes will spark a revolution in mobile information.
Scientists want to adopt a set of declarations to improve the security of research that uses DNA synthesis. A proponent discusses the whys and wherefores of this effort.
Flash memory, in particular for mobile devices, is in high demand. Rapid production may outstrip chip compatibility.