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    While many startups still operate in “stealth” mode, a growing number instead bring out public “beta” versions of their software.

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  • Traffic Taming

    Three startups test distinct approaches to helping drivers avoid gridlock.

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  • Finding Signals in the Noise

    Digg, Memeorandum, Findory, Blogniscient, and other startups promise to manage news overload on the Web.

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    New Web technologies let entrepreneurs do more with less, but they’ll still need venture funding to grow.

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    After years of caution, venture capitalists are warming up to robotics companies such as iRobot, Zoom Systems, and InTouch Technologies.

  • Ending the Paper Chase

    Fios of Portland, OR, helps law firms and legal departments tame the morass of documents generated during corporate litigation.

  • Naming That Tune

    Gracenote can tell you who and what you’re listening to.

  • Talking It Up

    Kodiak Networks makes a suite of add-on voice-related features that wireless carriers can offer their customers.

  • Opening Windows

    Centrify Corp. sells a product that allows an IT manager to control many different platforms within a Windows-based network.

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