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    Leading Japan’s best-known consumer electronics company into the new world of “convergence” is a very small, very un-Japanese research lab based on an illustrious model: Xerox PARC.

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    One of the industry’s founding fathers, Nobel laureate Phil Sharp, talks to TR columnist Stephen Hall about the origins-and the future-of this high-tech business.

  • Interfaces: The Century's Top 10

    The world we experience is increasingly defined by the intermediaries between us and our machines. Betcha can’t make it through the day without using all 10.

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    You may know it when you see it, but before you can foster innovation in a company or nation you need to be able to get a grip on it. Meet the researchers who are trying to quantify this crucial but elusive process.

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