Ten titles that inspired Technology Review to publish its own collection of sci-fi stories.
A seasoned programmer declares that Androids User Interface library is “amateurish” – and then there’s the issue of all those screen resolutions
Pelican Imaging’s “array camera” will mean thinner devices and new imaging tricks.
In Western Europe, military bows became obsolete during the C16th as firearms evolved. But in China, guns and bows coexisted for almost a millennium. Now one scientist thinks he knows why
A free text editor and a backup tool is all we need to query our 140-character oeuvre.
Biometric security is obtrusive–unless it’s on all the time, analyzing your gait.
Apps that read license plates can send notes to their owners, and help businesses track customers.
Some new search engines are seeking to rise above the tide of ad-driven media content.
There are plenty of nearly indestructible computers.
Toward abstraction layers for neuroengineering.