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Computing Archive

  • 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.

  • Straight to Video

    Integrian wants its mobile digital video platform tool used to upgrade traditional security and surveillance tapes. Plus, elderly business models are reconsidered and other alarm:clock news from the land of private venture funding.

  • Game for Learning

    New studies have found that video games may become a powerful learning tool for students. The biggest hurdle: training teachers how to play.

  • Nanotechnology

    New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs–and what they mean

  • Information Technology

    New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs–and what they mean

  • Military Plays Its 'Smart' Card

    U.S. armed forces and civilian workers are setting the pace with their use of chip cards – a technology that’s going to get a lot more use throughout the government thanks to a new federal mandate.

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