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To embrace digital rights management is to make a deal with the devil.
New products move toward mobile broadband, but the grand 3G vision may still be years off.
It’s too late for old word-processing files. But new technologies will preserve access to digital photos, music and other electronic records forever.
Nano materials could provide future soldiers with super strength, protection against bioweapons and even a way to communicate covertly.
“Multiuser detection” could greatly expand cell towers’ capacity-increasing their range, their data transmission rates or the number of users they can handle.
Wireless ID tags will soon be everywhere. We need a manifesto!
Television’s 30-second spot is lurching toward extinction. For the show to go on, the ads will go in.
Handspring’s latest all-in-one is pretty cool, if you don’t mind talking into a calculator.
The telecom industry doesn’t need more bandwidth. It needs ways to get people to use the bandwidth they have.
A newly approved radio technology promises wireless home electronics and positioning systems accurate to the centimeter. But opponents say it could also mean dead cell phones, thwarted satellite reception–even plane wrecks.