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Computing Archive

  • The Integrator

    Robert Noyce dreamed up the microchip in a 1959 notebook entry.

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  • Translation by Numbers

    Language Weaver’s machine-translation software aids homeland security.

  • Technology for the Globe

    TR’s Emerging Technology Conference ended yesterday as it started: with a look at how technology can be used to create a more equitable world.

  • Predicting Rita

    Houston’s evacuation was chaotic and expensive – and ultimately unnecessary. Is there a better way to predict hurricane paths?

  • Gaming Makes the Grade

    Game-based curricula in universities may just save computer science from itself.

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  • Vying to be Captain Video

    With the launch this week of Truveo, the competition between providers of a new Web service–video search–is heating up.

  • Baidu: Not Just "China's Google"

    China is becoming a huge market for Web search tools. But cultural, political, and aesthetic differences mean that Western search conventions and business models don’t necessarily apply.

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