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A tiny startup called Ambri wants to transform our energy system with massive liquid-metal batteries.
Two men who created the iPod and iPhone founded Nest and injected new technology into the humble thermostat. Now they have their sights on the rest of your house.
Television viewers fumble with awkward remote controls and crave a richer array of on-demand programming. It’s time for Apple to step in and disrupt the TV business.
Sequencing a complete human genome may soon cost less than an iPhone. Will BGI-Shenzhen decode yours?
Intentionally engineering Earth’s atmosphere to offset rising temperatures could be far more doable than you imagine, says David Keith. But is it a good idea?
In a letter to President Obama, the editors of MIT Technology Review argue that addressing climate change must take top priority in the next four years.
Fans of 3-D printers and digital design tools argue that these technologies will transform the way we make goods. But can the “maker” movement really produce more than iPhone covers and jewelry?
It’s hard to get straightforward health guidance from personal genome tests, which are banned in some places. But one way to make them more meaningful is to let more people buy them.
By 1913 we’d learned how to fly. Now came the hard part—designing flying machines that were safe and reliable.
The musician and activist explains how technology provides the means to help us eradicate disease and extreme poverty.