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The U.S. Army is turning to new solar-powered materials and sensors to solve the problem of too-little energy for its high-tech soldiers.
Open Source Developers race to get applications and migrations tools in top form before the launch of Microsoft’s next operating system.
Michael Crichton’s new novel fingers the wrong villains in global warming.
Alternative electricity sources are ready; Washington is not.
The next Fed chief should study what Greenspan got right.
Readers take stock of our March “Tech and Finance 2005” package.
Turbine technology looms large.
The founder of The Whole Earth Catalog believes the environmental movement will soon reverse its position on four core issues.
No more looking before a left-hand turn. Car makers are experimenting with technologies that will warn drivers about impending collisions, and in some cases, take action.
The Arctic refuge may soon be in the hands of Big Oil. Will it drill clean?