Even amid the venture capital boom of the past few years, entrepreneurs are finding it harder to build big, enduring companies. What does this mean for the future of innovation?
Political candidates opposed to free trade say Apple should make phones in the United States. Let’s see what that would look like.
The former chief digital officer of New York, Rachel Haot, explains why government and entrepreneurs need to work together.
The executive chairman of Cisco has become a Silicon Valley statesman, whether he’s promoting the expansion of digital networks or calling for limits on government surveillance.
Software that crowdsources investment decisions among cryptocurrency enthusiasts is unlikely to yield returns.
For the Dutch masters of water management, climate change is a boon.
Apple’s unusual move may be part of a bigger strategic shift to get more involved in the Chinese market.
A selection of the most interesting and intriguing arXiv papers from the past week.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
There’s no industry paying more attention to changes in the climate and their potential costs than insurers.