MIT researchers have been leading the way toward quantum computers—devices that could solve problems too big for all today's supercomputers put together.
A new lab is inventing innovative ways to package and install solar cells, with the aim of making solar energy far more affordable.
Vint Cerf, a coinventor of the Internet's original protocols and now chief Internet evangelist for Google, describes what Google is doing to try to defeat the scourge of Web-based malware.
Kyle Machulis liberates data from self-tracking devices.
Dave Marvit demonstrates a new method for monitoring stress.
Technology Review IT Editor Erica Naone demonstrates Sifteo’s new gaming hardware—interactive blocks that sense their physical orientation and detect each other.
With the help of the Kinect, Bilibot navigates, locates objects, and uses its robotic arm.
At Intel Research Day, the company demonstrated some of its silicon photonics technology for the first time. The goal of this work is to speed data transfer by replacing today’s electrical wiring with faster, more efficient fiber-optic connections.
See how free software can recreate an object in detailed 3-D using photos of it taken from different angles.
The future of mobile gaming will merge the virtual and real worlds.