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Stu Hutson Guest Contributor

  • Cell-Phone Chips to the Rescue

    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.


  • Out of Time

    Time Traveler’s Convention draws hundreds.

  • Hot Off the Press

    OnTech spent $24 million to create a self-heating cup of java.

  • Paperless Architecture

    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.

  • Patches for the Perfect Pump

    Tissue grown from a patient’s cells could provide the perfect patch for damaged hearts.

  • The WiMax Difference

    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.

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  • Bubbles, Light and Silicon Valley Nesting

    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.

  • TR: The Week in Review

    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.

  • TR10 Follow-up

    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.


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