A self-learning traffic system means less waiting at intersections.
Dr. Dave Warner tries to redeem the debacle of the war in Afghanistan through the gospel of open information and Burning Man ideals.
Community mesh networks let users escape NSA surveillance programs (and high broadband prices) by building their own DIY internet.
Fairphone, the first fair trade smartphone, makes its debut.
Students at New York Institute of Technology are reimagining disaster housing.
Communication as we now know it is a distant reminder of humble beginnings. The history of the electric telegraph is a twisted tale, and this is just the beginning.
An interview with innovative biologist and biomimicry pioneer Janine Benyus.
In what has been dubbed “the cult of Apple,” explore the physical and metaphysical components of the company’s technology – the Apple store design and the communication technologies for expression of self in the modern age – that has helped amass a following.