Technology Review's top 35 innovators under the age of 35
A noted author writes about Google and the rise of the "search economy."
GPS phones promise to change the way we think about location.
Is that face on-screen real or computer generated? Film industry wizards are making it harder to tell.
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?
Do we want music, software, and books to be free -- or not? By Lawrence Lessig
Contrary to what Lawrence Lessig says, a truly free society allows for proprietary systems.