High-tech companies are deploying ethnographers and anthropologists by the score to study how people actually use technology.
Digg, Memeorandum, Findory, Blogniscient, and other startups promise to manage news overload on the Web.
A small software-maker has patent rights on parts of the Web language, according to company officials who spoke with TR Executive Web Editor Wade Roush.
The ten-year-old search giant gets serious about Internet-based research.
Katsushi Ikeuchi wants to change our relationship with computers.
Energy investors get great stock performances--plus cash!
Technology Review’s annual look at research trends in corporations is led this year by pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
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.