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Information technology’s next grand challenge will be to secure the cloud–and prove we can trust it.
The philanthropic effort dubbed the $100 Laptop has not met its grand initial goals. But its first deployment, in Peru, may turn skeptics into believers.
Get ready for optical switching in the telecommunications network backbone, then an all-optical Internet, and finally optical integrated circuits. The amount of data we can get almost anywhere will skyrocket.
By making a cheaper LED lightbulb, the newcomer to the industry hopes to dominate the market for energy-efficient lighting alternatives.
IBM has found a new source of revenue: using its mathematicians’ formulas in business services.
“Open video” could beget the next great wave in Web innovation–if it gets off the ground.
An alternative way to make stem cells could open a window on human disease.
The first epoch of Web design is over; from now on, Web pages will be as attractive as print–but more interactive.
To prevent massive pollution and slow its growing contribution to global warming, China will need to make advanced coal technology work on an unprecedented scale.
When Sony BMG hid a “rootkit” on their CDs, they spied on you and let hackers into your computer. What were they thinking?