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    New research shows that making drivers pay higher tolls at peak times and tracking their location with RFID or GPS technology can eliminate traffic jams.


  • Cleaning Up Combustion?

    Oxonica cuts diesel consumption but runs into nanotech’s environmental quandary.


  • Safer Lithium-Ion Batteries

    In light of Apple’s and Dell’s massive recalls, will computer makers opt for batteries that are less prone to catching fire?


  • Ethical Stem Cells?

    A biotech company has described a method for growing stem cells without destroying embryos.

  • Your Digital Wallet

    With new technology called near-field communications, you could use a cell phone to make purchases, or even download a movie trailer from a poster.

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  • Googling Your TV

    Prototype software from Google Research could listen to your TV and send back useful information – and ads of course.



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