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Computing Archive

  • Tracking the MTHEL Laser

    A congressional decision to cut funding for a controversial laser defense program developed by Northrop Grumman may hasten its deployment in Iraq.

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  • RFID-Free America

    Venture capitalists continue to look for small, but heady, investments in the RFID market despite the slow adoption of the new technology.

  • Greenhouse Gas

    Michael Crichton’s new novel fingers the wrong villains in global warming.

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  • The WiMax Difference

    Intel announces one of the first major deployments of WiMAX hardware, which may set up a showdown with cellular carriers…Farmers get some technological help…and Motorola gets some rhythm in its step.

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  • In Defense of Music Phones

    Technology Review editor Wade Roush blogged that he doesn’t think music cell phones will amount to much. Columnist Eric Hellweg things he’s wrong.

  • In Defense of the iPod

    Consumer electronics companies continue to search for the killer multimedia app for consumers. It ain’t gonna be the cell phone, argues TR editor Wade Roush.

  • In Defense of Music Phones

    Technology Review editor Wade Roush blogged that he doesn’t think music cell phones will amount to much. Columnist Eric Hellweg things he’s wrong.

  • Bubbles, Light and Silicon Valley Nesting

    The digital economy is making a comeback, but some worry we may be headed for another crash…Moore’s Law takes a beating from Moore…the bubble bounce had led to more savings, and less hiring.

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