Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
A giant case shows Russian hacker gangs remain a potent force, and provides fuel to arguments for mandatory sharing of computer attack information between industry and government.
For Obama to make progress on climate change, he must focus on getting other nations to cut their emissions.
Does the introduction of luxury EVs from BMW, Cadillac, and Mercedes spell doom for Tesla?
Even with gene patents struck down, companies can build monopolies on genetic data that should be public.
It might take a decade or more, but projects from Imec and others could eventually bring augmented-reality contact lenses to life.
It’s getting harder to get noticed in a battery-powered car. Some tips.
The links between different regional cuisines in China become clear when recipes and ingredients are viewed as a kind of web, say computer scientists
Steve Jobs dismissed smaller tablets as “tweeners,” but they are proving more popular than full size tablets.
Rising food prices were an important factor in the riots in South Africa last year. And the US is in a unique position to help combat the problem, say researchers