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  • Think Outside the Mailbox

    Torrents of e-mail have turned us all into file clerks. Isn’t there a better way?

  • Noise Therapy

    Boston University’s James Collins uses background noise to steady the step of the elderly.

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    Insights and opinions from our readers

  • Phones Fan Out

    New software turns cell phones into wireless data gatherers.

  • On the Road to 3G

    New products move toward mobile broadband, but the grand 3G vision may still be years off.

  • Data Extinction

    It’s too late for old word-processing files. But new technologies will preserve access to digital photos, music and other electronic records forever.

  • Super Soldiers

    Nano materials could provide future soldiers with super strength, protection against bioweapons and even a way to communicate covertly.

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  • Clear Connection

    “Multiuser detection” could greatly expand cell towers’ capacity-increasing their range, their data transmission rates or the number of users they can handle.

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