A humble man from West Virginia known for his honesty and integrity, Charles M. Vest has led MIT for the last 14 years. On the brink of his departure, he reflects on his presidency and some of the pivotal decisions that have altered the course of the Institute.
Technology Review's photographers captured the scene at the 5th annual Emerging Technology Conference
Centrify Corp. sells a product that allows an IT manager to control many different platforms within a Windows-based network.
Fueled by "commodity" hardware and open-source software, the latest batch of young entrepreneurs are bringing their ideas to market in record time -- and more cheaply.
Funambol, a startup with Italian roots, manages services for open-source mobile applications.
Some researchers are combining geophysical data with findings from social science in an effort to save more lives during a natural disaster.
Several leading adware companies want to convince consumers and the government that they're responsible enterprises.
Editor Wade Roush, uber-blogger and all-round alpha-geek, launches his own TR blog, which covers tidbits on technology and culture from the San Francisco bureau of Technology Review.
Technology Review editor in chief Jason Pontin also joins the blogosphere. The idea: open a dialogue with our readers about stories coming down the pike. Your ideas may appear in the magazine, but most importantly, you will have a direct line to the editor.
Web editor Brad King launches his blog this month. The dot-com boom didn't fail. It transformed our society from analog to digital, all in less than ten years. Now, we're on to what's next...