The most extensive quantum computation in history took just 270 milliseconds, say quantum physicists.
The Singularity Summit approaches this weekend in New York. But the Microsoft cofounder and a colleague say the singularity itself is a long way off.
Ten titles that inspired Technology Review to publish its own collection of sci-fi stories.
Images from inside the Bahnhof data center show a world of Cold War-era security repurposed for the cyberwarfare of the 21st century.
The amazing properties of graphene now include the ability to create mass, according to a new prediction.
A new theoretical model suggests that quantum entanglement helps prevent the molecules of life from breaking apart.
Computing the energy levels of a helium atom in 1958 was significantly harder than it is today. But a comparison of then and now methods reveals some counter intuitive anomalies about the impact of computer science.
Following the examples of tennis and cricket, a new generation of ball-tracking algorithms is attempting to revolutionize the analysis and refereeing of soccer, volleyball, and basketball.
A roundup of some of the most interesting stories about mobile technology from other sites, collected by Rachel Metz, MIT Technology Review’s senior editor for mobile.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.