MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab pushes the limits of today’s robotic technology.
Caspian Networks and Quorum Systems
From news-gathering and shopping to dating and gambling -- a look at what we do on the Web
Why Microsoft delayed releasing the sequel to its most successful videogame for a year.
The Mohegan Sun casino goes "all in" on a sensor-riddled blackjack table.
Could it make money?
An editorial in today's Boston Globe raises a good point (and one a couple of my fellow TR.com bloggers have made in the past week or two): what's the point of the space shuttle, anyway? It's a tired, practically obsolete...
On the eve of Def Con, the hackers conference that takes place in Las Vegas, thousands of hackers gathered in the Netherlands for "What the Hack", an informal hoo-ha where programmers and developers gather to discuss both emerging technologies and...
A research project out of the BBC has digital video recorder fans all abuzz.
The most widely read story in Technology Review in 2005 so far was "Do You Want to Live Forever?," a profile of Dr. Aubrey de Grey, a British theoretical biologist and computer scientist at the University of Cambridge’s Department of...