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Communications Archive

  • Handheld Heaven

    They’re not just for to-do lists: Handhelds are becoming the platform for ubiquitous computing.

  • Engineer's Art

    The black-sheep engineer in a family of artists contained carbonation in plastic.

  • Why Weeds?

    If you use new technology while it’s still buggy, you’re an innovator too.

  • Cryptographic Abundance

    Cryptography could give us data privacy today. Only no one’s asking for it.

  • Message in a Bottleneck

    Why doesn’t the U.S. appreciate wireless text messaging? It has no standards.

  • Detecting Bioterrorism

    Lives could be saved by sensors and therapies now under development-along with software that could help distinguish an anthrax assault from an outbreak of the flu.

  • Recognizing the Enemy

    Creating a central database of photos to identify terrorists through face recognition is a bureaucratic nightmare.


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