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The arrival of software that lets you search for and record digital music off the airwaves could raise legal issues that will make the P2P skirmishes look quaint by comparison.
A just-inked partnership gives airline passengers secure access to their corporate networksand opens possibilities for a broadband pipe to the cockpit.
New software could make Matrix-like visual effects so common they induce yawns, not gasps.
The cable TV industry is overstating the cost of offering consumers individual channel selection. Still, dont expect a la carte in 2004.
New mobile phones use the common computer networking technologybut where does that leave the wireless data business?
With the presidential election less than 100 days away, conflicts over high-tech voting machines remain unsettlingly unresolved.
Illicit distribution of copyrighted software is way up this year. Can the networks that intellectual property owners love to hate be part of solution?
From baggage to tires to beer, industry is rapidly embracing RFID as the ultimate tracking technology. Can reality match the hyped expectations?
Phones sold in the U.S. will soon boast displays capable of displaying 3-D graphical glory. Start your thumb exercises now.
The sleek iPod is cruising along as the leading digital music player. But it’s not going to stay that way unless Apple spiffs up the device with a better display.