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Our November/December 2011 issue features new technology for eavesdropping on the hive mind, an essay on the evolution of privacy, and much more.
Google reveals how often governments ask it to banish things from its services and how often it complies.
Some of the world’s largest renewable-energy facilities are setting up in the harsh Mojave Desert.Photographs by Chad Ress
Better Place’s switching stations allow electric cars to swap batteries during long trips.Photographs by Gil Lavi
Belts of electrodes can control muscles in the forearm to help a beginner play a musical instrument.
Better Place’s switching stations allow electric cars to swap batteries during long trips.
Data centers use a lot of electricity, much of it just to keep computers cool. Here are five creative ideas for recycling the machines’ waste heat.
A gallery of automakers’ efforts to make driving better by eliminating the driver.
Cloud computing is changing how businesses, consumers, and even armies store and use data. Technology Review looks at six ideas at the cutting edge.
New technology deciphers—
and empowers—the millions who
talk back to their televisions
through the Web.