The father of mobile computing discusses artificial intelligence and how our brains work with the editor in chief of Technology Review.
There was a lot of talk about the "toxic soup" that filled New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, but now the first peer-reviewed scientific assessment says it was just that--talk. The flood water in New Orleans was no worse than ordinary,...
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.
The Boston Police Department has established a bike patrol unit, which has been garnering praise.
MIT chemist and two colleagues win Nobel Prize for pioneering work making new materials.
It's unstoppable, say the digerati in San Francisco this week: Users are taking over the Web.
Peer-to-peer file-sharing services are in retreat as legitimate sales of digital music take off.
Inventor Dean Kamen's energy-efficient electrical generator and water purifier could put power in the hands of rural villagers in poor countries.
Single-celled algae called diatoms could provide the structure for mass-produced nanodevices.