Long preoccupied with technology, David Hockney is exploring a new artistic medium that uses high-definition cameras, screens, software, and moving images to capture the experience of seeing.
Online services set content free from the physical world's constraints—including those that have defined the very idea of possession.
How Egyptian and Tunisian youth hacked the Arab Spring.
Wherein a pair of MIT civil engineers proposed a novel way to lessen our environmental impact.
What can heart cells generated from my blood tell me about my risk for disease—and about what drugs I should take if I get sick?
Scientists use light to direct gene expression in mice.
A new system cleans up shaky amateur footage.
Printing technique yields large sheets of light-bending materials.
The former leader of Intel wants to see more manufacturing jobs in the United States—by any means necessary.
Using virtual points and badges to shape our behavior may not be as effective as some have hoped.