MIT management guru Thomas Malone explains how technology can distribute authority, trump hierarchies, and lead to better business decision-making.
Why low voter turnout can be a healthy sign that the electoral system is actually working well.
The two hottest trends in computer gaming are portability and multiplayer interactions. A Swedish research lab and telecom giant Nokia are putting these capabilities together.
Politicians like Howard Dean are using the Web to rewrite the rules of American politics.
New materials engineered on the nanometer scale will lead to commercial products for electronics, energy, and medicine in three to five years.
The interplay of biology and information technology is transforming how and why computing is done.
The king of online Computer sales is eyeing new markets in home entertainment.
We're nowhere near ready to hand over the core of our democratic process-voting-to electronic systems.
Despite staunch opposition from the computer science community, ATM-style electronic voting may offer the best hope for escaping the mess inflicted by paper-based balloting systems.
From the Editor in Chief