The Internet’s Influence on the Production and Consumption of Culture: Creative Destruction and New Opportunities
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Sure, people say some nasty things in anonymous apps, but the good far outweighs the bad.
Protestors are turning to mobile messaging apps that can work without requiring cell service or Internet connections – but data security is still weak.
A social network avoids ads and elevates design.
We still don't know how many systems are vulnerable to the Shellshock bug, but it is likely in the millions.
Future smartphones could have specialized hardware that uses simulated neurons to do things like recognize objects or faces.
Qualcomm, Facebook, and other tech companies are experimenting with technology that lets smartphones use their LTE radio to connect directly to other devices up to 500 meters away.
The first teleportation of a photon inside a photonic chip illustrates both the potential for quantum computation and the significant challenges that lay ahead.