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Open-source advocate Mark Gorton went from options-trading to file-sharing.
Digital maps marry past and present.
Electronic repositories stretch to meet scholars’ needs.
More than 50 percent of all U.S. households now have a DVD player, wireless phone, and Internet access. But only 25 percent have broadband.
Level 5 Networks says it has a networking card that’s much faster than an Ethernet connection – and compatible with it.
The Independent World Television network, soft-launched Wednesday, hopes to upend the traditional models of news creation and consumption.
Terrestrial radio may soon face yet another challenge with user-created radio broadcasting from any car on the road.
The Supreme Court’s MGM v. Grokster case could be resolved any day. While the defendants await the decision, others push ahead with P2P technologies.
Digital mapping is an invaluable tool–but it’s partly rooted in Cold War schemes for mutual annihilation.
Can technology raise society’s IQ?