April 21, 2014

Weekly Communications Newsletter

 thumbnail 

Review

A Review of Two News Apps: Paper and Inside Combine Curation with Human Judgment

Mobile news curation uses human editors and good design to improve the experience of reading the news on smartphones.

 
 thumbnail 

Q&A

Sarah Lewis, Author of The Rise, Discusses the Connections Between Art and Innovation

Author Sarah Lewis discusses some counterintuitive pathways to breakthroughs.

 

Advertisement

Advertisement



 

News

An Easy Internet of Things Interface

Amid a wide range of new platforms to manage streams of data from the Internet of things, a simple version emerges that anyone can use.

 
 thumbnail 

News

Dropbox’s Photo-Sharing App

Dropbox’s new photo app, Carousel, is smartly designed, but that won’t ensure success.

 
 

News

iRobot Wants Machines to Do More of Your Chores

The Roomba maker is working on technology that could enable robots to help with more household chores.

 
 thumbnail 

View

Jupiter's Radio Emissions Could Reveal the Oceans on Its Icy Moons, Say Planetary Geologists

We should be able to use Jupiter’s radio emissions like ground-penetrating radar to study the oceans on Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, say space scientists.

 
 thumbnail 

View

Hidden Vulnerability Discovered in the World's Airline Network

The global network of links between the world’s airports looks robust but contains a hidden weakness that could lead to entire regions of the planet being cut off.

 
 thumbnail 

View

How to Detect Criminal Gangs Using Mobile Phone Data

Law enforcement agencies are turning to social network theory to better understand the behaviors and habits of criminal gangs.

 
 

View

Seven Stories You Shouldn’t Miss (Week Ending April 19, 2014)

Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.

 
 

View

Best Tech Stories from Around the Web (Week Ending April 19, 2014)

A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.

 
 

View

Laws and Ethics Can’t Keep Pace with Technology

Codes we live by, laws we follow, and computers that move too fast to care.

 
  See More Stories »  

If you would like to update the frequency or type of newsletters received, please edit your newsletter preferences or unsubscribe from all MIT Technology Review communications.

MIT Technology Review
One Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02142

Advertisement

Advertisement