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An electronic database implanted under the skin can assure speedy and proper medical carebut is it worth it?
New service will provide video-on-demand to 18 million SBC customers through fiber-optic cable by the end of 2007.
Microsoft and UNESCO will work to increase computer literacy and ‘remove barriers to digital inclusion’ in poorer countries.
The biggest trouble lies not so much in the technology but in poll workers failure to follow the procedures that would assure reliable results.
Too many doctors write prescriptions while under the influence of drug companies. Aggressive prosecution of the worst cases could help mend doctor-patient trust.
Acquisition of MeshNetworks aims to promote the rollout of broadband wireless networks.
Infosys and Microsoft plan to invest $8 million in a new venture; Microsoft will hire hundreds more programmers in India.
Convicted junk e-mailer was grossing up to $750k per month even while getting responses from only one in 30,000 messages sent.
Qualcomm and Texas Instruments have unveiled two competing schemes for delivering video to cell phones that bypass 3G. Is the market big enough to get them off the ground?
The proposed policy shift reignites a debate over whether such research will help or hinder defense against bioterrorism.