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Programmable analog circuits could drastically reduce the power needs and cost of electronics in portable devices.
Microsoft is trying to become a major player in the competitive and lucrative market for smart-phone operating systems.
MIT’s Carlo Ratti uses location data from cell phones and laptops to create maps of human activity in cities.
Cell-phone blogging gets another boost.
Startup imeem thinks it has an insight.
Researchers are working on a system that allows sensors to track information and create up-to-date, searchable online maps.
Researchers in Boston hope wireless medical sensors will help make waiting in the emergency room less life threatening.
A spinout company built around a Microsoft Research project hopes to redefine how people interact online.
Microsoft researchers have developed software that could create more sweeping – and useful – perspectives for city maps.
Small satellites that can orient themselves and link together could lead to better space exploration.