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Smaller. Cheaper. Nastier. Those are the guiding principles behind the military’s latest bombs. The secret ingredient: nanotechnology that makes for a bigger boom.
Sony BMG’s disastrous use of rootkit software has taught us a valuable lesson: we’re too trusting of commercial software.
New visualization software tools give intelligence officers the ability to create special representations of digital communications. And that, they say, is helping track down terrorists.
What can Palm’s tumultuous history tell us about the future of the mobile device market?
The U.S. Army is turning to new solar-powered materials and sensors to solve the problem of too-little energy for its high-tech soldiers.
Corporations are readying the launch pf commercial ventures to generate power using ocean waves. Now, they hope the federal government will also get involved.
Smartphones from Palm will use the Windows Mobile operating system. So is the company handing over its future to Microsoft?
Why TiVo has never turned a profit.
Researchers are making some progress in finding viable storage technologies for hydrogen fuel.
An older technology re-envisioned could lower the cost of drug R&D – and make it more humane.