By borrowing from microfluidics, a team of University of Michigan researchers are reinventing the Braille display to be cheaper and more useful.
Fitbit CEO James Park talks about why he doesn’t think stand-alone activity trackers will die out, and why he doesn’t worry about the company’s stock price.
Oculus’s price for its first consumer virtual-reality headset may influence how others price theirs.
A more secure type of encryption will soon be required to protect Internet users’ data, but older devices don’t support it.
Expect a banner year for virtual reality. Here are some of the biggest things to look forward to in the months ahead.
We collected the most mesmerizing short clips about emerging technology from MIT Technology Review stories during 2015.
In February we chose our 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2015—here’s how they have advanced since.
They caught on fire, threatened the planet, or were simply less impressive than they seemed. Meet the year’s worst technologies.
For the first time, researchers have used existing manufacturing technology to make a complex processor that uses energy-efficient optical connections.
From the cost of lithium-ion batteries to Bitcoin’s transaction limit, the numbers told the tale in 2015.