Wealthy countries race to bring faster connections to more people, while the rest of the world struggles to get up to speed.
Technology Review computing and IT editor, Tom Simonite, reviews HTC’s EVO 4G phone, which is available on Sprint and is the first phone that uses WiMAX, a technology that allows fast wireless Internet over long distances.
Just about anybody can create an inexpensive cellular base station that routes calls all over the world.
Two antenna feeds move freely around the outside of this compact lens, which is intended to provide broadband Internet access to trains that have to go through narrow tunnels. Each feed is capable of sending and receiving a different satellite signal.
An oral history of the launch of space tourism.
Important pieces of hardware float away as the astronauts watch in dismay.
The new application only occasionally thinks that I want flying pizza.
Madhava Enros, Mozilla’s user-experience designer, demonstrates the alpha release of Fennec, a Web browser for mobile devices.
NASA's next servicing mission for the telescope will be one of its most challenging.
Motorola's new Android-based smart phone is a viable iPhone alternative.