The June issue of Technology Review contained both an article titled Do Maps have Morals? discussing the history of GIS and the moral implications of the power it gives its user, and one titled Group Rethink: Can Technology Raise Society's...
When President Bush says that our economy can't afford the Kyoto Protocol, no one ever asks him what the cost of not acting is. One of them is more storm damage, and now a new study says that hurricanes are...
Why Microsoft delayed releasing the sequel to its most successful videogame for a year.
Could it make money?
A new lens allows optical microscopy down to 60 nanometers and faster plastic electronics -- using an ink-jet printer.
The founder of craigslist is obsessed with customer service.
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Microsoft's new security subscription service, released in consumer beta, could shake up the anti-virus and anti-spyware market -- if consumers buy the idea of MS as a security vendor.
Technology Review empties its beach bag of gadgets, gizmos, and other entertainments.