Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
A startup has developed a contraceptive chip that could be deactivated and reactivated using a wireless remote.
One documentary filmmaker believes an immersive experience will make a more lasting impression on audiences.
A Boston-based startup is helping companies track their employees around the office using wireless sensor beacons, to improve collaboration.
Humans need better ways to interact with computers in three dimensions. Now computer scientists think they've come up with one.
Outrage over Facebook’s “emotional contagion” experiment shows a general misunderstanding of what Facebook is and how it works.
Software could prevent sensitive medical data from being inadvertently shared as health records get passed around.
With emotion-triggering effort, Facebook pushes beyond data-driven studies on voting, sharing, and organ-donation prompts, to make people feel good or bad.
Chips made with nanotube transistors, which could be five times faster, should be ready around 2020, says IBM.
Imagine a dishwasher that requires a username and password. Smart homes will require unprecedented effort to ensure not just security but also usability.