Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
A startup called Iotera wants to let you track your pets, your kids, or your belongings without relying on commercial wireless networks.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
Sony and Microsoft release their first video-game consoles in seven years, but they’re battling for a world of play that is rapidly changing.
A cheap device called the Safeplug makes it easy to use the Tor anonymity network at home.
UPDATE: Early Data Suggests Collision-Caused Fires are More Frequent in the Tesla Model S than Conventional Cars
When you look at collision data, the Model S looks worse than conventional cars. But it may be too early to draw conclusions.
Commuters in Africa, Europe and the US all follow the same fundamental pattern of travel between work and home, confirming a theory first suggested 20 years ago.
SolidEnergy says its new battery materials store more energy and won’t catch fire.
How does the ability to instantaneously reallocate physical resources change the way companies source materials, manage operations, and go to market?
Voice controls can help drivers keep their eyes on the road and hands on the wheel, but new research shows they can also divert their attention.