Pebble, the smart watch upstart, is charging ahead while computing giants mull their product plans.
Why Google fears the totalitarian connotations of the buzzword big data.
Big, cheap invisibility cloaks are suddenly beginning to emerge thanks to some simple optical short cuts that physicists have discovered
The strong glass that is used in 1.5 billion consumer electronic devices worldwide could soon help make more fuel-efficient, quieter cars.
The “Chinese Quantum Science Satellite” will launch in 2016 and aim to make China the first space-faring nation with quantum communication capability
The founders of Google and Facebook say the NSA’s access to Verizon call records is too broad.
The same big U.S. Internet companies that reportedly handed over data wholesale to the NSA have been promising compliance with tough EU privacy standards.
Another take on the biggest innovations to pay attention to.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.