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Communications Archive

  • Phone a Friend over Wi-Fi

    A new Wi-Fi phone from Vonage is fun – but it doesn’t make sense as a replacement for the cell phone.

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  • The Future of Personal Media

    The coming year will see, among other things, more Web-based software applications, an explosion of personal videos online, and a change in the business of digital music.

  • Spy Kids

    The National Security Agency’s “CryptoKids” website uses cartoon characters to recruit future codemakers and codebreakers.

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  • A New Media Year

    Columnist Eric Hellweg looks at the biggest stories of 2005 surrounding the convergence of media and technology.

  • Copyleft Hits a Snag

    Incompatibilities among “copyleft” licenses meant to promote the sharing of creative work could end up preventing it, says cyber-law expert Lawrence Lessig.

  • Where Sensors Make Sense

    Siemens aims to turn your thermostat into a “comfortstat” – and create a viable market for wireless sensor networks.

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  • Traffic Avoidance

    A new service from Kirkland, WA-based Inrix predicts traffic slowdowns by crunching road sensor data, weather, history, and local events.

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  • E-Mail You Can't Ignore

    A new program from Microsoft learns who’s important in your life and puts their messages at the top of your inbox.

  • Mapmaking at Microsoft

    MSN’s Virtual Earth map service has morphed into “Windows Live Local.” What can it do for you?

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