An app called Vurb aims to make it easier to search for stuff to do using a smartphone.
Efforts to expand Internet access via mobile technologies may be stymied by economic and social challenges.
The world’s most valuable company doesn't need to build a car in order to reinvent driving.
If you want to interact with real world objects while immersed in a virtual reality, how do you do it?
A startup uses an old parlor trick and smartphone sensing to let you control virtual objects in a see-through box.
App ads account for more than half of Facebook’s mobile revenue—and they show how the ad market is changing.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Our June event in San Francisco offers access to the people behind our 10 Breakthrough Technologies, including insiders from Magic Leap and Google's Project Loon.
Google's artificial-intelligence researchers say software that learns to play video games could graduate to the real world before long.