Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Unlike conventional semiconductors, graphene cannot be switched off, a problem that threatens to scupper its use in future generations of transistors. Now physicists think they've found a solution.
DIY satellite kits let activists make and share their own maps.
It might take a decade or more, but projects from Imec and others could eventually bring augmented-reality contact lenses to life.
Back when computers were still just number-crunching machines, Douglas Engelbart foresaw their more powerful application in helping humans collaborate.
Technical, not legal, constraints determine the scope of U.S. government surveillance.
The mobile computers killing the PC will themselves be replaced as computing becomes embedded into the world around us.
A new class of imaging device from Bell Labs can take more than one view of a scene at the same time or use the same data to create a single high-resolution image
LIDAR technology continues to reveal archeological evidence of urbanization