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The information racing across the country in huge fiber-optic pipes hits a snarl under city streets. New optical networking techniques are clearing the way.
If your car is your refuge from the wired world, look out–a new field called telematics could soon put e-mail, news and MP3s in the driver’s seat with you.
Over 99 percent of computers are inconspicuous: embedded in objects from toys to cars. Open-source software dukes it out with proprietary offerings to provide their operating system.
Drugs of the near future will be microdevices that search out and destroy germs without the side effects of conventional therapies.
Whose patent portfolio is most potent? We rank 150 of the world’s top companies according to the quality and quantity of their patents.
The semiconductor pioneer and cofounder of Intel discusses his law, aliens, the environment and his new foundation to fund far-out research.
A handful of hot new patents that may change the way business and technology get done.
Declare independence from the electrical grid! Microturbines and fuel cells can generate premium juice 24/7.
Novel “photonic-band-gap materials” promise to light up the pipes of the telecom network. Their breakthrough? They carry signals through air rather than glass.
To find disease-causing genes, researchers want access to millions of personal medical records-maybe even yours. Is this necessary science or dubious profiteering?