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Software recognizes and interpret shapes sketched on a tablet computer, enabling designers to bypass paper.
New software simulates the complex physics of combustion to produce convincing animations of flame and smoke.
Sure, there’s a new federal law, and e-mail filtering tools are getting better. But a growing alliance between spammers, hackers, and organized crime bodes poorly for the future of e-mail.
Al Gross’s 1938 invention of the walkie-talkie launched mobile communications.
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Osama’s voice on tape proves that the leader of al Qaeda is still alive. Or does it?