Technology Review In this issue, you'll hear how China's web growth and government repression. You'll hear how about the latest e-book technologies and how they are changing the publishing industry. You'll hear how Chrome OS could become the planet's simplest, fastest, and safest environment for personal computing - and what you will be asked to give up for it. And you'll learn how climate change has altered the opinions of one of the green movement's founding fathers.
Technology Review Technology Review is the United State's oldest technology magazine. And in the last few years, TR has undergone a dramatic transformation, shifting its focus to innovation - the process by which humanity continuously upgrades its tools and techniques. Each issue concentrates on four major fields of innovation: biotechnology, information technology, material science, and nanotechnology. Within its covers and at their Web site, readers find sophisticated yet accessible articles and updates on research, advances in existing technologies, stories about entrepreneurs, and reports on the impact of technology on culture and society.
Among the notable TR columnists are Editor in Chief John Benditt, G. Pascal Zachary on innovation, Stephen Hall on biotechnology, and Michael Dertouzos, who writes about how computing will change our lives.
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