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The storied past and uncertain future of the Muddy Charles
Its developers hope to make the sound-calibration test standard for many devices that deliver audio.
Despite the Depression, Paul Lappé ‘34 kept an MIT tradition alive.
A study finds that three to four tiers of service would be all that it would take to create better options for consumers and near-optimal profits for providers.
State of Vermont starts moving from page to screen to save money, time, and trees.
Organizations can make productive things happen by letting their workers compete for virtual points.
A flexible electronic device stuck on the skin could provide irritation-free monitoring of heart, brain, and muscle activity.
Psychologists see good and bad in social networks. On the bad side, possible links to psychiatric disorders; on the good side, increased empathy.
An FCC report says ISPs don’t always deliver the speeds they promise, but they’re getting better at it.
A synthetic material may help to repair tissue after a heart attack, and aid transplants.