The cofounder of the largest online encyclopedia says it's time to focus on the quality of the site's entries, instead of the number of entries.
The Web portal's head of research discusses the company's new strategy.
A study shows that the effects of cell-phone radiation may depend on your genes.
A California biotech company expects to begin trials of a treatment for spinal cord injuries next year.
A seven-day festival in San Jose will highlight -- and demonstrate -- the most innovative ideas for digitizing life in cities.
Researchers at the recent graphics conference in Boston showcased a device that could aid the visually impaired by converting visual into tactile information.
The use of a type of battery with a history of overheating raises safety concerns.
Studying how gene expression differs in identical twins could shed light on how genes and environment interact.
An Internet without net neutrality might become as fragmented as U.S. mobile phone networks, say some observers. But history may hold even richer lessons.
A few additional comments on my TR article.