A smarter, safer new industrial robot could bring automation to new areas of manual work and help many U.S. manufacturers regain a competitive edge.
Entrepreneur of the Year Ren Ng discusses his innovative work.
Takayama applies the tools of social science to make robots easier to live and work with.
The historian of technology discusses the remarkable story that inspired his latest book, Turing’s Cathedral.
Wireless battery charging and remote control via a Bluetooth-based smart-phone app gives this robot toy its appeal.
Strong enough to tow a car, Warrior is designed to be a jack-of-all-trades for military, police, and rescue services.
By downloading a free application to an iPad, users get two gigabytes of storage and access to popular Office software.
A retro arcade system, a screen for business road warriors, and a brain wave reader are some of the best gadgets the editors of Technology Review have come across in the past year.
Some of the coolest gadgets Technology Review has come across in the past year.
A globe studded with cameras captures a panorama if you throw it in the air.