A study that used a computer mouse in language experiments may have implications for fields as seemingly diverse as cognitive theory and website design.
Fueled by "commodity" hardware and open-source software, the latest batch of young entrepreneurs are bringing their ideas to market in record time -- and more cheaply.
Funambol, a startup with Italian roots, manages services for open-source mobile applications.
Researchers are making some progress in finding viable storage technologies for hydrogen fuel.
As rumors heat up around Apple's launch of a video iPod, here's a look at how it could create a new mass medium: video podcasting.
Rapport Inc. might just have the leadership to succeed in selling its "parallel computer on a chip" in the mobile devices market.
Microsoft's new security subscription service, released in consumer beta, could shake up the anti-virus and anti-spyware market -- if consumers buy the idea of MS as a security vendor.
OnTech spent $24 million to create a self-heating cup of java.
With new online tools, you don't have to be an audio engineer to make a podcast. In this first-ever Technology Review podcast, senior editor Wade Roush explains how.
How the anti-war and countercultural movements in the late '60s and early '70s affected geekdom.