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Communications Archive

  • TR: Week in Review

    The mobile Web gets split in two…Star Trek communicators and next-generation robots get developed…climate change is coming…and the FCC gets a new leader. Plus, one-offs and other news in The Week in Review.

  • The Paper Chase

    With a new investment from Intel, E Ink comes a step closer to broadly commercializing its electronic ink technology.

  • TR: Week in Review

    States are now legislating against emerging technologies…the world of new media expands into the movie business…Apple seeks to stamp out piracy…and more.

  • Showdown at the Supreme Court

    Get ready for the biggest technology trial in years, with the entertainment industry looking to quash peer-to-peer and piracy for good.

  • A Portraitist of the Earth

    Arthur Robinson merged science and art to overcome one of mapmaking’s greatest challenges.

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  • Letters

    Your thoughts on Google, NASA, happiness, and our redesign.

  • Digital TV's Hollywood Showdown

    Hollywood’s push for restrive DRM technologies may have hit a snag, after judges questioned the logic of allowing content creators to dictate manufacturing standards.

  • A Universe of Sounds

    Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is helping fund a SETI project that will distill space noise, better search for alien life, and help understand the cosmos.

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