Prototype batteries that dissolve safely in the body could power ingested devices.
The mobile Web browsing of three million people reveals how pervasive ad tracking technology is and shows that Google’s is dominant.
Does humanity’s tightening grip on the fate of nature portend new sources of global conflict?
The company says it wants to wire the world. But will it do more than make its own app work better?
Are we prepared to know the genetic flaws of the unborn?
Crops that aid humanitarian causes may soften opposition to genetic modification, says Mark Lynas.
Robots will be more useful when they can work alongside us, says Julie Shah.
We should look to biology to figure out how to make smartphones more helpful, says M. Anthony Lewis.
Genetically modified crops will allow farming practices closer to the ideals of the organic movement.
Technologies that make life easier also make it simpler to track your every move, warned Technology Review in 1985.