Computing means connecting.
Electronic repositories stretch to meet scholars' needs.
Digital mapping is an invaluable tool--but it's partly rooted in Cold War schemes for mutual annihilation.
Can technology raise society's IQ?
Contrary to what Lawrence Lessig says, a truly free society allows for proprietary systems.
The Polar Express was a remarkable advance in digital animation. Why didn't audiences respond?
Jason Epstein was a publisher for more than 40 years. Now in retirement, he wants to replace Gutenberg with a digital press.
No longer just a curiosity, commercial voice over IP systems have become serious rivals to the traditional telephone network.
TR's short list of 2003 U.S. patents with the potential to transform fields from security to cancer diagnostics. Plus: The 2004 TR Patent Scorecard.
Machines that create products directly from digital files can save hours of painstaking human labor, compress production schedules, and eliminate costly overstock.