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A new technology standard on the way will change the economics of Internet access–and make Wi-Fi look feeble.
A grass-roots group of leading computer scientists, backed by Intel and other heavyweight industrial sponsors, is working on replacing today’s Internet with a faster, more secure, and vastly smarter network: PlanetLab.
Cheap, easy-to-use live video-streaming technology could stretch your 15 minutes of fame to 15 years.
Chatterbots from MyCyberTwin can respond to questions about you when you’re not online.
At search engine ChaCha, live humans guide visitors to the information they need. But will users slow down enough for real conversations?
A new blogging platform, Vox, lets authors focus on the content instead of fiddling with the code.
On MySpace, you can be friends with Burger King. This is social networking?
Amazon.com is selling the computing resources originally developed to handle its own business. CEO Jeff Bezos explained why, after his keynote at the Emerging Technologies Conference yesterday.
Can Eric Bonabeau’s Hunch Engine expand your mind?
Cellular carriers are allowing their customers to share software, services, and content from independent companies. Finally.