Under Satya Nadella, the software giant hopes to survive by overturning the way it has always done business.
The consumer genetic-testing startup has amassed one of the world’s largest databases of DNA. Now it is sifting through it for clues to new drugs.
The world’s leading chip maker missed a huge opportunity in mobile devices. Now the rise of artificial intelligence gives the company another chance to prove itself.
The world’s largest automaker is finally getting serious about self-driving technologies.
An old-school manufacturer is building smart factories to remain globally competitive.
The startup’s cheaper way to make lithium-ion batteries could make it cost-effective to store energy from renewable sources.
Funding for British research and innovation is only one reason.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review. June 10, 2016
Jean Liu explains how her ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing is besting Uber in China and why data is its biggest asset.
Even amid the venture capital boom of the past few years, entrepreneurs are finding it harder to build big, enduring companies. What does this mean for the future of innovation?