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  • Audible Technology Review, November 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, November 2016

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    In this issue: "Can CRISPR Save Ben Dupree?" by Antonio Regalado; "Your Driverless Ride Is Arriving" by Will Knight; "Elon Musk's House of Gigacards" by Peter Burrows; "The One and Only Texas Wind Boom" by Richard Martin; and "Learning to Prosper in a Factory Town" by Nanette Byrnes.

  • Audible Technology Review, December 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, December 2016

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    In this issue: "How Bad Will Trump Be for Climate Policy?" by David Victor; "Trump's Impact on Clean-Energy Businesses" by Peter Fairley; "Amazon's Next Big Move: Take Over the Mall" by Nicholas Carr; "Mark Zuckerberg Is Funding a Facebook for Human Cells" by Antonio Regalado; "Web Pioneer Tries to Incubate a Second Digital Revolution" by Tom Simonite; "The Decline in Chinese Cyberattacks: The Story Behind the Numbers" by Mara Hvistendahl; "On Patrol with America's Top Bioterror Cop" by Antonio Regalado; "Companies Bet on Designer Bacteria as New Way to Treat Disease" by Antonio Regalado.

  • Audible Technology Review, August 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, August 2016

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    In this issue: "Why Startups Are Struggling" by James Surowiecki; "Why Kickstarter's Glowing Plant Left Backers in the Dark" by Antonio Regalado; "Inside Facebook's Artificial Intelligence Engine Room" by Tom Simonite; "Find Out Which Appliance Is Sucking All Your Power" by David Talbot; "Juiced-Up Home Wi-Fi for $10 Extra a Month? It’s Coming." by Stacey Higginbotham; "How Stores Will Use Augmented Reality to Make You Buy More Stuff" by Elizabeth Woyke; "The Sacramento Kings' New Stadium Is Wired for Virtual Reality" by Tom Simonite.

  • Audible Technology Review, October 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, October 2016

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    In this issue: "Microsoft's Top Lawyer Becomes a Civil Rights Crusader" by Tom Simonite; "Bill Gates Doubles His Bet on Wiping Out Mosquitoes with Gene Editing" by Antonio Regalado; "Manufacturing Dopamine in the Brain with Gene Therapy" by Antonio Regalado; "China's Headlong Rush into an Ultra-expensive Cancer Therapy" by Yiting Sun; "Fetal Cells Offer Promise in Prenatal Testing" by Bonnie Rochman; "A Big Step Forward in the Quest for a Better Painkiller" by Adam Piore; "Life as an Entrepreneur in a Violent Mexico" by Adam Popescu.

  • Audible Technology Review, April 2015 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, April 2015

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    In this issue: "A Contrarian in Biotech" by Antonio Regalado. "Industry Body Calls for Gene-Editing Moratorium" by Antonio Regalado. "The Electric Mood-Control Acid Test" by Kevin Bullis. "Gadgets Are Getting Better at Fooling Your Sense of Touch" by Rachel Metz. "App Ads Are Booming Business for Facebook" by Robert D. Hof. "Smartphones Will Soon Learn to Recognize Faces and More" by Tom Simonite. "How People Will Use the Apple Watch" by John Pavlus. "A Smart Watch Pioneer Has an Answer for Apple" by Rachel Metz. "Your iPhone Might Make You a Reality TV Star" by Winston Ross. "New Display Technology Lets LCDs Produce Princess Leia-Style Holograms" by Mike Orcutt. "A Film Studio for the Age of Virtual Reality" by Rachel Metz. "Five Loopholes That Could Undermine Net Neutrality" by George Anders.

  • Audible Technology Review, May 2015 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, May 2015

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    In this issue: "Engineering the Perfect Baby" by Antonio Regalado. "Lake Kivu’s Great Gas Gamble" by Jonathan W. Rosen. "Machine Dreams" by Tom Simonite. "Paralyzed Again" by Brian Bergstein.

  • Audible Technology Review, June 2015 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, June 2015

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    In this issue: "Apple Has Plans for Your DNA" by Antonio Regalado. "Small Display Bedevils Some Apple Watch Apps" by Rachel Metz. "Microsoft Making Fast Progress with HoloLens" by Rachel Metz. "Startup Beams the Web’s Most Important Content from Space, Free" by Tom Simonite. "Even Robots Now Have Their Own Virtual World" by Will Knight. "Some Tesla Owners Pimp Their Rides with Code" by Will Knight. "Dropbox Follows the Money into Crowded Market for Business Tools" by Tom Simonite. "Why Bitcoin Could Be Much More Than a Currency" by Mike Orcutt. "A New Competitor for Bitcoin Aims to Be Faster and Safer" by Tom Simonite. "Can You Improve Your E-Mails by Analyzing Recipients’ Personalities?" by Rachel Metz. "A Potato Made with Gene Editing" by Antonio Regalado. "CRISPR Patent Fight Now a Winner-Take-All Match" by Antonio Regalado.

  • Audible Technology Review, March 2015 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, March 2015

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    In this issue, Technology Review highlights 10 Breakthrough Technologies. Not all breakthroughs are created equal. Some arrive more or less as usable things; others mainly set the stage for innovations that emerge later, and we have to estimate when that will be. But we’d bet that every one of the milestones on this list will be worth following in the coming years.

  • Audible Technology Review, September 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, September 2016

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    In this issue: "35 Innovators Under 35 – Visionaries" by The Editors of Technology Review; "35 Innovators Under 35 – Inventors" by The Editors of Technology Review; "35 Innovators Under 35 – Entrepreneurs" by The Editors of Technology Review; "35 Innovators Under 35 – Pioneers" by The Editors of Technology Review; "35 Innovators Under 35 – Humanitarians" by The Editors of Technology Review; and "AI's Unspoken Problem" by Will Knight.

  • Audible Technology Review, June 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, June 2016

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    In this issue: "5 Things You Need to Know about Facebook’s Next 10 Years" by Rachel Metz and Tom Simonite. "Wireless, Super-Fast Internet Access Is Coming to Your Home" by David Talbot. "The Nauseating Disappointment of Oculus Rift" by Rachel Metz. "The Unbelievable Reality of the Impossible Hyperloop" by Ryan Bradley. "Coffee Under Threat" by Nanette Byrnes. "Who Approved the Genetically Engineered Foods Coming to Your Plate? No One." by Mike Orcutt. "When Smartphones Become Too Addictive, Stylish Dumb Phones Offer a Respite" by Rachel Metz.

  • Audible Technology Review, July 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, July 2016

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    In this issue: "Basic Income: A Sellout of the American Dream" by David H. Freedman. "The All-American iPhone" by Konstantin Kakaes. "Dear Silicon Valley: Forget Flying Cars, Give Us Economic Growth" by David Rotman. "50 Smartest Companies 2016" by Ryan Bradley. "23andMe" by Antonio Regalado. "Toyota" by George Anders.

  • Audible Technology Review, February 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, February 2016

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    In this issue: "10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2015: Where Are They Now?" by Tom Simonite; "5 Robot Trends to Watch for in 2016" by Will Knight; "What Will It Take to Build a Virtuous AI?" by Will Knight; "What Robots and AI Learned in 2015" by Will Knight; "The 6 Most Important Things That Happened in Virtual Reality in 2015" by Rachel Metz; "Human-Animal Chimeras Are Gestating on U.S. Research Farms" by Antonio Regalado; "Parents Turn to Prozac to Treat Down Syndrome" by Bonnie Rochman; "2015 in Biomedicine: Baby Engineering, Spray-On GMOs, and Cancer Cures" by Antonio Regalado.

  • Audible Technology Review, December 2015 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, December 2015

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    In this issue: "IBM Making Plans to Commercialize Its Brain-Inspired Chip" by Tom Simonite; "Claimed Breakthrough Slays Classic Computing Problem; Encryption Could Be Next" by Tom Simonite; "How Your Device Knows Your Life through Images" by Graham Templeton; "Twitter Boasts of What It Can Do with Your Data" by Tom Simonite; "Alphabet’s Stratospheric Loon Balloons to Start Serving Internet to Indonesia" by Tom Simonite.

  • Audible Technology Review, August 2015 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, August 2015

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    In this issue: "Facebook Instant Articles Just Don't Add Up for Publishers" by Michael Wolff; "Probing the Dark Side of Google's Ad-Targeting System" by Tom Simonite; "Artificial Intelligence That Makes Your Smartphone Smarter" by Rachel Metz; "Self-Charging Phones Are on the Way, Finally" by Rachel Metz; "Smartphones (and Motorcycles) Fuel Hyperlocal E-Commerce in India" by George Anders; "Inside India's Phablet Revolution" by George Anders; "Is Now a Good Time to Meet Your New Virtual Assistant?" by Will Knight; "Inside Amazon's Warehouse, Human-Robot Symbiosis" by Will Knight; "How to Stop Virtual Reality from Making You Want to Puke" by Rachel Metz; "Automated Vehicles: One Eye on the Road, Another on You" by Will Knight; "Teach Your Fitness Band to Track Biceps Curls and More" by Rachel Metz; "The Great Cancer Test Experiment" by Antonio Reglado; "When a Fetus's Test Finds a Mother’s Cancer" by Anna Nowogrodzki; and "Should Babies Have Their Genomes Sequenced?" by Anna Nowogrodzki.

  • Audible Technology Review, December 2014 | Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, December 2014

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    In this issue, you'll learn how Google will keep a copy of any genome in the cloud – for only 25 dollars. You’ll hear about Lockheed Martin's breakthrough Fusion machine. You’ll learn how Knightscope is preparing to roll out human-size robot patrols. You'll hear how IBM is trying to turn things around with research on more human-like artificial intelligence. You'll learn how we’re going to need an air traffic control system for drones. You'll hear about a "smart" terminal that is going to be used for all kinds of payments. And you'll hear news from the worlds of Biomedicine, Technology and Communications.

  • Audible Technology Review, March 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, March 2016

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    In this issue: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2016: "Immune Engineering" by Antonio Regalado. "Precise Gene Editing in Plants" by David Talbot. "Conversational Interfaces" by Will Knight. "Reusable Rockets" by Brian Bergstein. "Robots That Teach Each Other" by Amanda Schaffer. "DNA App Store" by Antonio Regalado. "SolarCity's Gigafactory" by Richard Martin. "Slack" by Lee Gomes. "Tesla Autopilot" by Ryan Bradley. "Power from the Air" by Mark Harris. Also: "Should Silicon Valley Go to War?" by Fred Kaplan. "Apprentice Work" by Martin Gayford.

  • Audible Technology Review, February 2015 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, February 2015

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    In this issue, you’ll learn what the latest technological flops, fizzles, and flame outs tell us about innovation. You’ll hear how the past year ushered in progress in developing hardware and software capable of human feats of intelligence. You’ll learn how a wireless transmitter could give paralyzed people a practical way to control TVs, computers, or wheelchairs with their thoughts. You’ll hear how software that turns data into written text could help us make sense of a coming tsunami of data. You’ll learn what’s next for the inventor of Gorilla Glass. You’ll hear about how a wireless technology more than 10 times faster than the best Wi-Fi is coming to market this year.

  • Audible Technology Review, January, 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, January, 2016

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    In this issue: "A Change of Mind" by Bonnie Rochman. "Kindergarten for Computers" by Will Knight. "Are Young Athletes Risking Brain Damage?" by Amanda Schaffer. "Hot and Violent" by David Rotman. "Stop Emissions!" by Ken Caldeira. "A Sensible Climate Policy" by Richard Martin. "The End of Internet Advertising as We've Known It" by Doc Searls.

  • Audible Technology Review, April 2016 |  Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, April 2016

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    In this issue: "In Apple vs. the FBI, There Is No Technical Middle Ground" by David Talbot; "How Apple Could Fed-Proof Its Software Update System" by Tom Simonite; "Pentagon Hackers Are Waging America's First Cyberwar" by Tom Simonite; "The Missing Link of Artificial Intelligence" by Tom Simonite; "An AI with 30 Years' Worth of Knowledge Finally Goes to Work" by Will Knight; "Technical Roadblock Might Shatter Bitcoin Dreams" by Tom Simonite; "In First Human Test of Optogenetics, Doctors Aim to Restore Sight to the Blind" by Katherine Bourzac.

  • Audible Technology Review, October 2014 | Technology Review

    Audible Technology Review, October 2014

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    In this issue, you’ll learn how one of the world’s most renowned cancer researchers is gearing up for Plan B. You’ll hear how a California father made an end run around medicine to decode his son’s DNA. You’ll learn how one of China’s internet giants is trying to challenge Silicon Valley’s biggest companies. You’ll hear about the mastermind behind Bitcoin and how he has the most power over its destiny. You’ll learn how Apple’s first smart watch appears to be the best of its kind. And you’ll hear how Google’s crack at a quantum computer is a bid to change computing forever.

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