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The $100 million Blue Gene/L system, built to analyze the U.S. nuclear stockpile, sustains 71 trillion calculations per second.
The rush by Wal-Mart and other companies to put radio frequency identification devices in their goods could imperil consumer privacy.
Virginia brother and sister, likened to snake oil salesman, amassed millions of dollars peddling worthless products on the Net.
Troubles in the rear-projection market may be a sign that TVs are finally getting too big.
South Korea’s Samsung leads the race to perfect flat-panel TVs built with carbon nanotubes. Will they be nanotech’s first commercial hit?
Once a classic violinist, Susie Hansen now has her own Latin jazz band and the respect of musicians across the country.
Dorothy Hosler and her students approach archeology as engineers, bringing to light new information about ancient civilizations.
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MIT’s museum originally collected artifacts of teaching and research at the Institute. But today it offers some unusual bits of technological history you cant find anyplace else.