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Communications Archive

  • Science Fiction: Osama Phone Home

    What happens when an ideological, technologically adept, highly determined group of conspirators are American?

  • Rerouting the Router

    Researchers have found a new way for attackers to change critical settings on home routers.

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  • Type

    Two scientists think that social networks can improve disaster relief.


  • A More Personalized Internet?

    Yahoo Pipes lets people make highly customized feeds that combine information from multiple sources and weed out the junk.

  • The Me Channel

    A personal-video broadcasting system from SplashCast brings new meaning to the term “reality TV.”

  • Found in Translation

    Meadan is offering Arabic-English machine translation to create a virtual town square during troubled times.


  • Organic LEDs Shine Invisibly

    Long-lasting near-infrared LEDs could be used to make cheap, flexible night-vision displays and sensors.



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