An excellent article in today's Salon magazine provides a thorough assessment of the state of broadband access in the United States. The U.S. continues to fall behind other countries in broadband penetration. The problem, according to the article, stems from...
If prizes like the Grand Challenge work so well at advancing technology, why not create more of them?
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New solar technologies are finding their way into prototypes.
IBM announces it won't make decisions about its employees based on genetic testing.
Technology Review's editor in chief, Jason Pontin, talks with Nicholas Negroponte about the Hundred Dollar Computer.
The father of mobile computing discusses artificial intelligence and how our brains work with the editor in chief of Technology Review.
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The ten-year-old search giant gets serious about Internet-based research.
After years of caution, venture capitalists are warming up to robotics companies such as iRobot, Zoom Systems, and InTouch Technologies.