The MIT Media Lab's Neil Gershenfeld tours the building of the future, where interchangeable power sockets, switches and appliances snap into the walls--then plug into the Internet.
Scientists find a better way to gauge the high seas.
One researcher's unlikely crusade: to overthrow the on/off button.
Tea leaves and crystal balls aside, some researchers believe the future isn't as murky as it used to be--and that may soon be bad news for terrorists.
Lawmakers and universities seek a balance between academic freedom and security in the war on terror.
There will be 10 billion people on Earth by 2100--and all of them can live comfortably if advances in energy-saving technology continue.
The battlefield is small but the stakes are big, as computer giants chase a revolutionary nano-storage technology.
Why video games need the protection of the First Amendment.
New software may bring 3D television into your living room.
From college-age wunderkinds to seasoned entrepreneurs, Technology Review presents 100 innovators under 35 whose work and ideas will change the world.