Select your localized edition:

Close ×

More Ways to Connect

Discover one of our 28 local entrepreneurial communities »

Be the first to know as we launch in new countries and markets around the globe.

Interested in bringing MIT Technology Review to your local market?

MIT Technology ReviewMIT Technology Review - logo


Unsupported browser: Your browser does not meet modern web standards. See how it scores »

Web Archive

  • Tree Bot

    Packed with environmental sensors, an Internet-linked robot patrols the forest canopy.

  • View from the Alpha Geek

    Q&A: O’Reilly programmer and technology maven Rael Dornfest looks beyond Web services and social networking.

  • VIPs: Virally Interactive Pixels

    Millions of Japanese schoolgirls can’t be wrong: there’s always a market for instant gratification.

  • Valid Voting?

    Stanford University computer scientist David L. Dill on the security of electronic voting.

  • Internet 6.0

    The next version of the Internet Protocol, IPv6, will supply the world with addresses by the trillions. Too bad it will also make the Net slower and less secure.


  • The Myth of Doomed Data

    The handwringing about obsolete formats is misguided. The digital files we create today will be around for a very, very long time.

  • Networking's Next Level

    Making it easier to make friends and influence people on the Web.

  • The Web's New Currency

    A new generation of e-payment companies makes it easy to “pay as you go” for inexpensive Web content, portending big profits for online businesses.


From the Archives


Introducing MIT Technology Review Insider.

Already a Magazine subscriber?

You're automatically an Insider. It's easy to activate or upgrade your account.

Activate Your Account

Become an Insider

It's the new way to subscribe. Get even more of the tech news, research, and discoveries you crave.

Sign Up

Learn More

Find out why MIT Technology Review Insider is for you and explore your options.

Show Me

A Place of Inspiration

Innovations and Ideas Fueling
Our Connected World

June 1-2, 2015
Register »