Announcing the first member of the lineup for Technology Review's science fiction anthology.
Technological troubles during my month of self-tracking.
In networks like the Internet, the links between nodes form special patterns called motifs that have long puzzled network scientists. That's now changing.
Plus is Google's latest effort to conquer social networking. Here's how it compares to the tools we already use.
Editing the genome to correct a genetic defect in live animals, blood vessels grown from cultured skin cells, and TB vaccine improves diabetes.
It's a rumor, but a good one: the first phone running Android 4.0 might be the Samsung "Nexus Prime."
Apple's ARM-based "A" chips have so far followed a fairly predictable development path: here's what's in store for the A6
Volkswagen makes a self-driving car, and Nevada passes related legislation. How long until the general public gets to try out a car on auto-pilot?
The effects of fractal dimensions could one day be observed if Casimir measurements can be made sensitive enough, according to theoretical physicist
Your passwords are stored on more sites than ever—too bad you've never bothered to change them.