Technology Review presents its annual list of the 10 most exciting technologies.
Photosynth is still a work in progress. It is dazzling, but what is it for?
In Iraq, soldiers conducting frontline street patrols finally get software tools that let them share findings and plan missions.
Recent fraud allegations are ominous for those who see virtual worlds as future centers of e-commerce.
Researchers are beginning to crack the code that gives humans our way with words.
Making ethanol from corn is expensive. Better biofuels are years away from the gas tank. Farmers are reluctant to change their practices. But do we really have any alternative to biofuels?
Twitter is at the heart of the phenomenon called microblogging. Meet its founder, Evan Williams.
At a remote outpost in northern Greenland, a team of scientists are attempting to resolve the central mystery of global warming: how quickly will sea levels rise?
A controversial biologist at Harvard claims he can extend life span and treat diseases of aging. He may be right.
Technology Review presents its seventh class of outstanding innovators under the age of 35. These driven, creative individuals will alter the state of medicine, computing, communications, and energy. Their work represents the future of technology.