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Erna Hoover unjammed the telephone switchboard-from her bed in the maternity ward.
Recent advances in the field of “tissue engineering” are making it possible to grow spare parts on demand for the human machine. Today, a bladder; tomorrow, a heart?
Vendors orchestrate thousands of PCs to tackle truly tough problems.
E Ink slims down to refocus on handhelds, while rival Gyricon sticks with retail signs.
Absurdly broad patents are channeling resources from innovation into lawyers’ pockets.
Venture capitalist Michael Moritz on The Crash.