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Communications Archive

  • Humanities Go Digital

    Innovative multimedia programs give students new ways to study languages, literature, and the arts.

  • Identity Antitheft

    ‘Fingerprinting’ microchips can help secure confidential transactions.

  • Letters

    Insights and opinions from our readers

  • Just Tilt to Enter Text

    Motion-sensing cell phones would provide a new way to scroll through data.

  • Radio Freedom

    Next-generation-wireless-networks researcher David P. Reed on radio spectrum allocation.

  • Instant Manufacturing

    Machines that create products directly from digital files can save hours of painstaking human labor, compress production schedules, and eliminate costly overstock.

  • Pushing Peer-to-Peer

    The networking approach that threatens to make the recording industry obsolete could also bring about a more reliable Internet.

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