The disparity between the rich and everyone else is larger than ever in the United States and increasing in much of Europe. Why?
With its world-leading research investments and vast size, China will dominate the future of genetically modified food—despite the resistance of its population.
A company called ClipCard will let you search all your cloud-based stuff at once, even if it’s stored in several places.
Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP, but it remains popular, and is a juicy target for cybercriminals.
As an alternative to the intrusiveness of some wearable computers, researchers present a small tube you hold up to your eye.
The economist Robert Solow has been arguing for more than half a century that technology will not spell the end of middle-class jobs.
Letting go of an obsession with net neutrality could free technologists to make online services even better.
Can an aging corporation’s adventures in fundamental physics research open a new era of unimaginably powerful computers?
We diminish the work of John Maynard Keynes by oversimplifying his analysis of government spending.