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Making building-automation practical
A Stanford study finds many global locations for wind power.
For fresh ideas, NASA is turning to students, hobbyists, and hackers.
EdgeWrite steadies the PDA shakes – and more.
Ben Tsiang leads China’s dot-com surge.
Serial entrepreneur Larry Bock has confidence in nanotech.
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Optimizing a diet based on knowledge about an individual’s genome
Finding and funding the dreamers
Among the technocracy – at MIT and beyond – inventing the future and having fun aren’t mutually exclusive.
Continuous computing now makes it easy to share your life.
Caspian Networks and Quorum Systems
Digital lighting after movie-shooting, a more-intelligent Web searching tool, and audio ‘thumbnails’ to find online music faster
Engineered E. coli bacteria signal environmental changes and dividing cells could mend tissue after heart attacks.
A new lens allows optical microscopy down to 60 nanometers and faster plastic electronics – using an ink-jet printer.
The founder of craigslist is obsessed with customer service.
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab pushes the limits of today’s robotic technology.
From news-gathering and shopping to dating and gambling – a look at what we do on the Web
Some Asian tech stocks look cheap.
Many young people are using drugs not to drop out but to get ahead.
Technology Review empties its beach bag of gadgets, gizmos, and other entertainments.
Doug Engelbart and augmenting human intellect.
The “stepfather of ecstasy” believes psychedelics are unfairly anathematized.
Could it make money?
Why Microsoft delayed releasing the sequel to its most successful videogame for a year.
The Mohegan Sun casino goes “all in” on a sensor-riddled blackjack table.
Build a content filter that rewrites the Web – your way, Mad Lib style!