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Computing Archive

  • Little Bang for the RFID Buck

    Radio frequency identification tags flounder as innovators figure out how to best use them.

  • E-Paper Printer

    A handheld device prints information directly from a computer onto a thin, flexible medium.

  • Souped-Up Jet Engine

    The most powerful jet engine ever may help Boeing beat back European rival Airbus.

  • Apple-Picking Time in PC Land

    Apple’s recent advances in compatibility make Macs network with PCs better than PCs do.

  • Demo: Waterproof Anything

    MIT professor Karen Gleason can waterproof just about anything by coating it with an ultrathin layer of Teflon.

  • The Decentralization Imperative

    MIT management guru Thomas Malone explains how technology can distribute authority, trump hierarchies, and lead to better business decision-making.

  • Let the Games Converge!

    The two hottest trends in computer gaming are portability and multiplayer interactions. A Swedish research lab and telecom giant Nokia are putting these capabilities together.

  • Enter The Cybercandidates

    Politicians like Howard Dean are using the Web to rewrite the rules of American politics.

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