Whether you do the moonwalk or the cakewalk, new technologies may soon ID you by how you strut.
A.I. takes aim at Wall Street
Where to plant 200 billion seeds headed for Afghanistan? Ask the satellites.
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.