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RaySat has developed a two-inch antenna that can capture Internet and TV programming in a car or other moving vehicle.
Private funding flows to a U.S. company developing an integrated circuit to power mobile television. Plus, heath-care technology companies receive a financial transfusion.
How the anti-war and countercultural movements in the late ’60s and early ’70s affected geekdom.
The National Archives’ lack of speed in preserving digital federal records, existing in 16,000 different formats, could lead to serious data losses.
Businesses should beware the danger of incoming distractions.
Wireless goes rural.
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.