Amazon is in talks to launch a Netflix-like service for e-books. What does it mean for the old-fashioned library?
SETI@Home volunteers have found 4.2 billion signals of interest since the project began in 1999. What happens to them?
A new modeling study casts more doubt on the supposed environmental benefits of switching to natural gas.
In a TV spot remarkable for its light treatment of the issue, India's !DEA cell carrier suggests more entertainment will be the solution to the pressure of the country's burgeoning population.
The waterproof ContourRoam camera lets you make exciting adventure videos beneath the surface—provided you don't go too deep.
New technology to genetically engineer cats could lead to new treatment for feline AIDS.
It's easy to name the missed opportunities—but what does the company still have?
A special issue of Technology Review highlighted key security technologies.
A Groupon deal might boost sales but, it can also lower a merchant's reputation as measured by Yelp ratings, say computer scientists who have analyzed the link between daily deals and online reviews.
Could text-based adventure games be transformed into a genuine art form by their introduction to an appropriate platform?