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.
Research in Motion's stock has climbed 800 percent in three years, thanks to a strategy of licensing its hugely successful BlackBerry email software to Nokia and Motorola.
Dakota Gasification Company was once a defunct coal mine. Now it's a thriving CO2 recycling plant.
Its silicon laser could mean a solution to one of the great challenges facing the semiconductor industry: how to move data fast enough to keep up with tomorrow's ultrafast computers.
Yahoo tries to upend Google with a new 'social' search engine that allows people to tag websites -- like leaving posty notes.
Editor Wade Roush, uber-blogger and all-round alpha-geek, launches his own TR blog, which covers tidbits on technology and culture from the San Francisco bureau of Technology Review.
John Maeda leads techno-artists who are pushing the boundaries between computer programming and design.
Right Hemisphere wants to make it easier for non-engineers to understand technical matters.
Encryption products that use the principles of quantum mechanics are becoming more accessible to companies and government agencies.