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    NTT Lab wants to build commercial technologies using its RedTacton technology, which enables devices to communicate by using the electrical fields on the human skin.

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    Technology Review requested that an independent group re-examine the stories written by Michelle Delio. Here are its findings.

  • Air Patrol

    Security is one of the biggest problems corporations face when installing wireless networks. One start-up hopes to capture the market by walling off WLANs.

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    Coldplay’s exclusive ringtone deal with Cingular Wireless marks the beginning of a new way to sell music – 15 seconds at a time.

  • TR: The Week in Review

    The Supreme Court looks at file sharing, the FCC looks at ISP regulation, and the FEC looks at blogs. What could possibly go wrong? And a brief look at Pope John Paul II’s legacy with technology.

  • Freeze Frame

    The Polar Express was a remarkable advance in digital animation. Why didn’t audiences respond?

  • Political Networking

    Political choices, as much as technological innovation, define the structure of new media.

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    Our February cover story on Aubrey de Grey and antiaging science lives on.

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