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  • The Willing Partner

    Research in Motion’s stock has climbed 800 percent in three years, thanks to a strategy of licensing its hugely successful BlackBerry email software to Nokia and Motorola.

  • Yahoo's Search Reinvention

    Yahoo tries to upend Google with a new ‘social’ search engine that allows people to tag websites – like leaving posty notes.

  • Tech Coast

    Editor Wade Roush, uber-blogger and all-round alpha-geek, launches his own TR blog, which covers tidbits on technology and culture from the San Francisco bureau of Technology Review.

  • CAD for the Rest of Us

    Right Hemisphere wants to make it easier for non-engineers to understand technical matters.

  • Why Johnny Can't Play

    U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) and the governor of Illinois have come out swinging against ‘violent’ video games. And, once again, retailers, developers, and even some lawmakers are fighting back.

  • EA: Still Got Game

    The world’s largest gamemaker, Electronic Arts, is struggling with troubling financials and greater competition. So it’s looking for new ways to use game technology.

  • Metal-Cooled Computing

    Liquid metal is one of several new technologies that one day may cool down super-fast PCs.

  • Same Ethernet: Different Card

    Level 5 Networks says it has a networking card that’s much faster than an Ethernet connection – and compatible with it.

  • Natural Healing

    Researchers are making progress in using a natural material to repair damaged body parts.

  • DIY TV

    The Independent World Television network, soft-launched Wednesday, hopes to upend the traditional models of news creation and consumption.

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