Mathematicians break baseball down to its simplest component -- cold, hard stats -- in hopes of finding the best players.
Networks and broadcasters are beginning to look at the Web as a new way to get television programming to the masses.
Sometimes, we don't realize how much we depend on our portable digital devices until someone tries to take them away.
Is Microsoft's new 'Live' Web services platform DOA?
Time Warner and Microsoft continue their dance while Yahoo and TiVo get down to some real business.
The new Technologyreview.com is finally here. After months of planning and work, we're proud to show off what we've done.
The death of Richard Smalley is deeply mourned by anyone who follows nanotechnology.
Clover Kicker (probably not his real name) has written an amusing article on Kuro5hin.com ("technology and culture, from the trenches"). Although officially a guide for writing "bad documentation," it's really a guide about what differentiates good documentation from bad documentation.Probably...
Trevor Blackwell has built his own balancing scooter (similar to a segway scooter).Take a look at Blackwell's web page. The first thing you'll notice is that his scooter looks a lot like a Segway. The second thing you'll notice is...
Researchers at Philips have demonstrated a new technology for electronic paper which will support real-time video. It looks like we might have usable lightweight very cheap electronic paper in the next few years. Now that low cost flat-panel 15" LCDs...