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The sleek iPod is cruising along as the leading digital music player. But it’s not going to stay that way unless Apple spiffs up the device with a better display.
When computers improved from 16 bits to 32, they became vastly more powerful and useful. But the advance to 64 bits may prove beneficial more to computer marketers than to users.
We can lament the mischief of hackers, thieves, and tricksters-or we can learn lessons in innovation from them.
Good news for diabetics: a device that lets them continuously monitor their blood sugar without a painful finger-stick test or an implant.
No more stars and halos: A new way of making corrective lenses accounts for a person’s unique vision flaws.
A sensor chip now under development would glow in the presence of anthrax, making possible a handheld device for detecting the deadly biological agent.
The inventor of Ethernet refutes the claim that information technology has lost its strategic value.
Merging multiple biometric techniques creates identification systems that are virtually spoof-proof.
Maritime-security expert Stephen Flynn on how to stop terrorists from targeting the nation’s cargo containers.