MIT researchers are developing new routing strategies for a wireless network that hops data in the roofs of the city.
Dialogue: Per-message charging may be an effective way to stifle spam. But it is anathema to most Internet users.
Contrary to popular belief, not all kids are naturally adept with technology and that spells trouble in an increasingly wired society.
Shhh! Bose's new noise-cancellation headset is the first to mute the outside world without adding an annoying hiss of its own.
Q&A: Ember CTO Robert Poor on turning wirelessly interconnected networks of sensors into a ubiquitous reality.
Q&A: Tim Brown, CEO of IDEO, describes the interplay between technology and design-a process that, at its best, yields products that change the way people live and work.
Was the New York Times an unwitting collaborator in Pentagon misdirection?
Justin Frankel, the programming ace who created WinAmp and Gnutella, has done it again-coding a piece of software that delights some and threatens others.
In recent years the relationship between MIT and the city of Cambridge has grown more collaborative and cordial.
Once the marvel of the telecom world, the first undersea fiber optic cables have reached the point of telecom obsolescence. Now they'll serve out their retirement gathering oceanographic data.