Sometimes, we don't realize how much we depend on our portable digital devices until someone tries to take them away.
How open-source god Linus Torvalds got his groove back after a mini-insurrection among Linux insiders.
Nanoscale coatings and materials could make cell phones sturdier, more wear-resistant -- and much smarter.
A new handheld heart monitor and subscription service may assuage heart-attack fears -- for people who can afford it.
Companies are jostling for position as consumers look for more control over digital TV content.
Technology Review speaks with France's head of nuclear energy.
The ZigBee wireless standard could teach a common language to your lights, appliances, doors, and even your cell phone.
Self-contained power plants could supply growing energy demand in poor countries.
The international HapMap project is teaching an unorthodox lesson: our differences, not our similarities, may save us.
Anthropologist Mizuko Ito studies Japan's mobile-phone culture and warns against extrapolating from Japan's tech development.