Is Osama bin Laden behind the mail attacks?
A new generation of tiny thermal cameras could save lives in Afghan caves and on America's highways.
Technology Review's disembedded columnist shares six observations on Gulf War II.
A glove and mechanical assembly let you feel the unreal.
Electricity from waste heat is just one of the potential uses.
Think thumb keyboards and portable hard drives--not the overhyped notions of cell phone Web browsers and "pen-based computing."
With human cells distilled into digital models, testing the effectiveness of a new drug could be as simple as typing a few lines into a computer.
Ted Postol is challenging the government’s claims about a proposed a missile defense system. He’s a prickly character, but he has a track record that’s hard to beat.
Tropicana tried to co-opt agricultural research it didn't pay for--and the U.S. Patent Office played along.
The cost of new technology is measured in time and frustration, not just dollars.