The Redmond software giant is going where only crackers and virus writers have gone before. With two new spam and virus fighting applications, Microsoft hopes to make right what has gone wrong with its code.
Congressional funding for a biometric system to track potential terrorists isn't likely to have much impact on the bad guys. But it will likely help the government keep track of you.
February's cover story has created quite a buzz, particularly in the Technology Review forums. The response has been wildly fun to follow, but here, de Grey himself gets a chance to respond.
Why would the multinational media conglomerate drop millions on emerging technologies that have no practical application? Because the future is closer than you think.
Unwilling to settle with the MPAA, one BitTorrent site owner turns to the users to pay his legal bills.
Students and faculty at Johns Hopkins University have devised an ingenious -- and very lifelike -- simulation that helps doctors deal with birthing room emergencies.
A Mountain View company hopes to make fuel cells more efficient by creating a better electricity conductor, which could mean longer running, battery-powered consumer devices.
Researchers who study the movement of the earth beneath the sea have had their efforts limited by the ocean's watery depths. New technological advances are on the verge of helping them better predict deep-sea earthquakes and tsunamis.