How an African entrepreneur put cell phones in Congo.
Corporate support for innovation needs to begin at the board level.
The cofounder of MIT's Media Lab, Nicholas Negroponte, wants to make $100 laptops available to poor children throughout the world. The next few months will be critical in determining whether the One Laptop per Child project succeeds.
Why are the champions of Reagan's defense buildup arguing for a smaller, more technological military?
When Sony BMG hid a "rootkit" on their CDs, they spied on you and let hackers into your computer. What were they thinking?
Times have never been more promising for proponents of commercial spaceflight.
The company's proposed method for accounting for employee stock options would affect all of Silicon Valley.
The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan wants to show that modernization can be enlightened.
Alan Greenspan avoided the mistakes of his Federal Reserve predecessor.
The founder of Red Herring and AlwaysOn traveled to the World Economic Forum annual meeting and reported back to Technology Review's editor, Jason Pontin.