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Web editor Brad King launches his blog this month. The dot-com boom didn’t fail. It transformed our society from analog to digital, all in less than ten years. Now, we’re on to what’s next…
In “Environmental Heresies,” Stewart Brand argues against four of the environmental movement’s longstanding positions. Former Dept. of Energy official Joseph Romm begs to differ. The two square off in this special TechnologyReview.com blog.
Rearden Commerce hopes to succeed where others have failed by offering the ultimate Web-based services application.
Correcting the record.
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Our November story on technology’s failure in Iraq inspired a lot of mail.
Dr. Hongyun’s operation has polarized those who hope to use stem and fetal cells to cure paralysis. See how this controversial surgery works.
Robots may tell us more about ourselves than they do about computers. See how researchers put together an intelligent robot, based on human brain activity.
Microsoft is the software giant companies fear when it comes to competition. Check out some of its biggest fights.
Tiny biosensors could eventually be used to monitor changes in the body, giving doctors and patients a leg up on keeping healthy.