Another chance to catch the most interesting and important articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Researchers have shown a new way to help solar cells track the sun as it moves across the sky, which could boost a panel’s energy generation by 40 percent.
A cancer screening test pitched at you and me could cause more problems than it catches.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
A seemingly unsubstantial particle called a neutrino is opening a new window on the world.
This $1 billion global sensing network records 26 gigabytes of data per day and will detect a nuclear bomb anywhere in the world.
Baidu, Amazon, and others are now pushing to make computers more capable of holding a decent conversation.
Next time you need to choose, why not let a photon make the decision instead?
Apple hopes adding apps, touch controls, and Siri to Apple TV will help it dominate your home entertainment.
Researchers demonstrate a wearable system for tracking chemicals in saliva that may correspond to fatigue and other health issues.