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The hype is that broadband will transform entertainment, changing everything from how we watch movies to the video games that we play. The reality doesn’t exactly match up.
If displays and keyboards don’t get better, increasing wireless bandwidth won’t mean diddly.
Surging Internet growth has put pressure on telecom networks to keep up. Their most advanced R&D is going toward expanding the capacity of the long-haul cables that cross continent
The inventor of the portable cell phone didn’t carry one until they slimmed down to 100 grams. Then again, he’s a rebel in almost every way.
From the editor in chief
Policy: Bush to reevaluate federal dollars for high-tech program.
The information racing across the country in huge fiber-optic pipes hits a snarl under city streets. New optical networking techniques are clearing the way.
Carbon buckyballs create a surprisingly regular array of nanotubes-just what’s wanted for industrial applications.
Carmakers are revved up for smart cars, but information overload may cause trouble down the road.