A Technology Review Special Report focusing on innovations in alternative energy sources and the technologies driving them.
A Technology Review special report focusing on inventive workforce solutions and the technologies that are driving them.
New technologies are changing the old ways of doing business. What are the innovations that organizations are exploring to better manage their operations and make them more competitive?
Tracking innovative technologies appearing in commercial products.
Technology Review presents its annual list of 10 technologies that can change the way we live.
Technology Review presents 10 technologies that we think are most likely to change the way we live.
The lack of efficient and dependable batteries limits the development of everything from electronics to hybrid vehicles. But new designs are offering better, safer alternatives.
Everyone from leading Silicon Valley venture capitalists to former President Bush is touting fuels created from biomass as a replacement for petroleum. But new technologies are needed to make this vision economically and environmentally feasible.
It seems that every day, there are new announcements purporting to redefine how we will use our cell phones: from the latest GPS-enabled gadget for social computing, to software to make your PC a phone. But what is the real future of telephony?
Scouring the Web for information is becoming faster and easier. Could this new rise in search tools and navigational technologies be a threat to Google's dominance?
Researchers are creating novel types of photovoltaic devices that could finally make solar power a broadly practical source of renewable energy.
Technology Review honors 35 young innovators under the age of 35 whose technological discoveries and scientific research are changing the world we live in.
Worries over the future of gasoline supplies and the effects of carbon dioxide emissions are driving innovators to rethink how we get around.
This year, as every year, we present our list of the 10 technologies we find most exciting—and most likely to alter industries, fields of research, and even the way we live. The list comprises projects in a broad range of fields.