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Innovators sell customers on keeping up with the Joneses–or the Gateses.
Pathogen-specific sugars may be the key to diagnosing disease.
How snipers in the sky might help revive the practice of assassination.
Hook enough computers together and what do you get? A new kind of utility that offers supercomputer processing on tap.
How viruses deliver healing DNA to malfunctioning cells.
Chips that change function on the fly will mean more versatile handhelds.
Constructing optical waveguides in photonic crystals–cheap and easy.
An African firm turns to open-source programming.
Robots that can climb stairs, crawl over ditches, survive three-story falls–and pester people who ignore your e-mails.
PARC’s Mark Yim shows off his robots, which reassemble themselves to slink like snakes, roll like wheels or scamper like lizards.