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Inside the launch of Stephen Wolfram’s new “computational knowledge engine.”
The federal government is about to spend billions of dollars on renewable energy. In Part II of our series on the federal
stimulus bill, we look at the impact the spending will have on the future of solar power.
The U.S. stimulus bill includes tens of billions to support energy and information technologies. So why are economists and innovation experts so skeptical?
Drugs that alter traumatic recollections offer new hope for treating anxiety disorders. They could also change the way we think about memory.
How anonymity technology could save free speech on the Internet.
No one really knows how many people visit websites. A San Francisco startup and Google are both working to change that.
Oil-rich Abu Dhabi is building a green metropolis. Should the rest of the world care?
Technology Review presents its annual list of 10 technologies that could change the way we live.
In an effort to move forward, Intel dusts off old supercomputing technology.
New technologies will soon make it possible to sequence thousands of human genomes. Now comes the hard part: understanding all the data.