Scientists at a Boston University have developed a mind-reading headband that will letÂ humans communicate with computers through their thoughts and emotions.
Computer scientists and biomedical engineers at READ MORE
The terror attacks in Norway on July 22, 2011 that resulted in 22 people being killed left the country with a sense of abrupt loss. That feeling will be echoed in a memorial designed by artist Jonas Dahlberg, which will see a slice of land removed from the landscape at SĂ¸rbrĂĄten. READ MORE
Thirty years after the first wave of virtual reality, new startups are determined to take it mainstream.
Itâ€™s been almost 30 years since the computer scientist Jaron Lanier formed VPL Research, the first company to sell the high-tech goggles and gloves that once defined humanityâ€™s concept of where technology might soon take our species. In the late-1980s, a person could pull on a $100,000 head-mounted display and electronic g READ MORE
Reports about Windows are often doom and gloom lately. However, let's be honest, when an OS update is released for Microsoft's operating system, the world takes notice. Well, the world certainly took notice of Windows 8 -- in a generally bad light. While some argue that people are READ MORE
NASA scientists have successfully launched a sounding rocket into the heart of an aurora. The launch, which took place on March 3rd, was part of the NASA-funded Ground-to-Rocket Electrodynamics-Electrons Correlative Experiment (GREECE) mission, the purpose of which is to discern the cause READ MORE
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
The Indian Sanitary Pad Revolutionary This story of an Indian manâ€™s obsessive quest to develop a less expensive sanitary napkin must be read to be believed. â€”Linda Lowenthal, copy chiefREAD MORE