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Harold Garner of the University of Texas Southwestern demonstrates his holographic projector for 3-D video displays.
The “thin client” craze of the late 90s is coming back, as IBM seeks to combine the power of PCs with the centralized control of server-based software.
Sure, they’re only machines. But the more they interact with us humans, the more important their apparent gender becomes.
John Parsons paved the way for computer-aided manufacturing.
OmniPerception’s facial-recognition technology protects privacy as well as property.
By 2010, the Japanese government hopes, full-fledged, humanoid robots will be common sights in middle-class homes.
They’re not just dumb bank terminals anymore. New machines sell movie tickets, cash checks, and add minutes to your cell-phone account.
A digital pen invented at Microsoft’s Beijing lab will allow people to switch effortlessly between electronic documents and paper.
Before she set about inventing better biochips, an artist and mother of five reinvented herself.
100 years ago, Congress passed a law requiring honest labeling of food and drugs. Now the time has come to do the same for software.