If you've got half a mind to be an editor, that's all you need.
Entering a hotel in New York, I'm struck by the subtle traces of constant and consistent human interaction.
Technology Review's Emerging Technologies Conference is under way, and bloggers from all over are reporting conference news as it breaks.
EmTech speakers say the U.S. must support female and minority technologists or risk falling behind.
By gathering biomechanical data, a novel sensor worn behind the ear could better an athlete's technique.
Beach relaxation starts with circle, followed by triangle and then square.
The virus of innovation may or may not make you sick, but it will ultimately determine the fate of the earth.
A new cell-phone add-on collects your personal data to help correct your behavior.
An international team of researchers has created a computer program that makes them believe the answer is the latter.
The penultimate day of Chris Anderson's African conference is pleasing.