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Computing Archive

  • Option Play

    Software developers simply baffle users when they give them too much choice.

  • Sir Tim Berners-Lee

    Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, but he had something bigger in mind all along. He tells TR how his 15 years of work on the “Semantic Web” are finally paying off.

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  • High-tech Humanitarian

    Physician and entrepreneur Vikram Kumar founded a company that makes software to help patients and doctors manage chronic disease.

  • When Bot Nets Attack

    Is your computer part of a bot army, infiltrating systems and spreading spam?

  • An Emulation Sensation

    A startup claims it has created software that lets programs run on any operating systemand any processorwithout slowing down. Is the hype for real this time?

  • An Alternative to Windows

    With its low cost, growing catalogue of desktop software, and backing from business, Linux could finally pry the PC market from Microsoft’s grasp.

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