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Technology Review [Kindle Edition]

by MIT Technology Review
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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The color Kindle edition of Technology Review is now available on the Kindle Reading App for your Android device. Download issues at no extra cost from Archived Items.

Published by MIT since 1899, Technology Review is the authority on the future of technology. The award-wining editorial team crafts investigative, in-depth stories that focus on the latest innovations in IT, biotech, nanotech, and energy that are about to hit the marketplace. From the "zero-emissions city" in Abu Dhabi to the early-warning earthquake system in China and to the next-generation applications for social networking, each Technology Review issue identifies and analyzes the most important emerging technologies from around the globe. There is only one publication that provides indispensable knowledge about where technology will take us and how it affects the world around us. Simply put, it's about staying ahead of the curve by knowing what lies immediately beyond it.

The Kindle Edition of Technology Review contains most articles found in the print edition, but it will not include all images. For your convenience, issues are auto-delivered wirelessly to your Kindle every other month at the same time the print edition hits the newsstand.

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mind stretching stuff 7 Sept. 2010
Really enjoying my first issue. I've already learned a lot, some of which may even be useful!

The quality of writing is high, and the breadth of subjects covered is pleasing.

My only (minor) grumble is that it has a USA centric feel.

Heartily recommend for anyone who wants to exercise the grey cells...
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5.0 out of 5 stars CLEAR FUN AND INTERESTING 21 Aug. 2010
By Mum of the animals VINE VOICE
The cover article was hard-hitting - recent research that may get HIV-infected people 'cured' of a lifetime course of drugs through gene therapy. It was clearly written with no techno-babble; as easy to read as 'Hello' magazine. It put it clearly in context. The articles are provocative. Did you know Korea is the global fastest network - three times faster download time than the USA at 30 megabytes per second? And the cost of solar panels is reducung so fast it is becoming a viable source for generating sustainable electricity nationally.
There is an excellent new products section: for both personal use - a hand air-conditioning system, a charger that switches itself off when the job is done - and business - a bomb detector, an electonic device to prevent asthma attacks. Unsure where to place electronic towel folder!
Fully recommend it to anyone who likes to know what is happening in the world - but if you all read it I won't be able to seem more wise and knowledgable than everyone else so DONT BUY IT!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting and thought provoking 24 Jun. 2012
I find this bimonthly (i.e. every 2 months, not twice a month - that would be fortnightly! - note to previous reviewer) magazine a useful and nicely condensed summary of new things happening in technology that is available in an easily packaged readable format offline (i.e. on my hardware Kindle or on the kindle app on my Android phone).

The articles are usually all of interest. Some are long in-depth articles ~2-4000 word length and then there are many more short articles in the ~400 word length. I could probably gather the same info from their website or from others for free but this e-magazine puts everything in one place. The editorial input to make these collection of articles work as a coherent magazine is also a sterling effort.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best way to keep up with new technology 9 Feb. 2014
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I gave this five-star rating because it's my favourite periodical, with a great range of articles easy to read and accessible to all with good text-to-speech function
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