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GPS phones promise to change the way we think about location.
Your thoughts about the memory of the state, genetic obesity, and more
Virtual post-it notes from mobile handhelds…a touchscreen that ‘feels’ like a keyboard…a new power-saving technology for devices…and more emerging technology prototypes.
Meshes will be the mechanism by which machine intelligence becomes like electricity: invisible and ubiquitous.
Is that face on-screen real or computer generated? Film industry wizards are making it harder to tell.
The search giant’s new IM product, Talk, is newsworthy – but probably won’t overturn the telecommunications industry. In fact, the recent move by Skype may be more ground-breaking.
Kodiak Networks makes a suite of add-on voice-related features that wireless carriers can offer their customers.
More cities and towns across the U.S. are signing up to build their own citywide wireless networks. But local telecommunications providers aren’t giving in without a fight.
Funambol, a startup with Italian roots, manages services for open-source mobile applications.
Among the technocracy – at MIT and beyond – inventing the future and having fun aren’t mutually exclusive.