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Data centers, under greater demand than ever, are looking to low-power chips as a way to save money—but switching won’t be easy.
Cancer-linked gene multiplies adult stem cells.
Time Traveler’s Convention draws hundreds.
OnTech spent $24 million to create a self-heating cup of java.
Larry Sass, SM ‘94, PhD ‘00, uses rapid-prototyping techniques to teach the history of architecture, but he also believes they will be vital to its future.
Tissue grown from a patient’s cells could provide the perfect patch for damaged hearts.
Intel announces one of the first major deployments of WiMAX hardware, which may set up a showdown with cellular carriers…Farmers get some technological help…and Motorola gets some rhythm in its step.
The digital economy is making a comeback, but some worry we may be headed for another crash…Moore’s Law takes a beating from Moore…the bubble bounce had led to more savings, and less hiring.
The Internet is everywhere this week – and that has television execs sweating as downloaders are doing some serious time-shifting…Google gets map happy…and VoIP gets ready for WiFi.
This year’s TR10 marks the fourth time that Technology Review has identified 10 top emerging technologies. Here is what is happening with seven of the 30 previous selections.