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From the Editor in Chief
Those old game machines from the attic may have pitifully little computing power and laughably primitive graphics. But a cadre of game creators still considers them the ultimate programming challenge.
Q&A: Robert Lefkowitz has an MIT degree in engineering and a track record as a Wall Street IT director. Now he’s trying to push open source software from the dominion of alpha geeks into the corporate mainstream.
Q&A: MIT computer scientist Larry Rudolph explains why rebooting will not solve our digital problems in the future-and how we can avoid a nightmare scenario in a world of ubiquitous technology.
The Media Lab’s Ted Selker is cooking up more inventions to make our everyday lives easier.
Straight from the Lab: Technology’s First Draft
Better anti-hacking tools attack invaders.
New ‘zoom’ interfaces will make it easier to navigate through information on tiny screens.
As population matures, so do assisted-living technologies.
Michigan State University researcher Juyang Weng shows off his “developmental” robots, which learn the same way kids do.