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  • 'Web 2.0' Has Arrived

    It’s unstoppable, say the digerati in San Francisco this week: Users are taking over the Web.

  • Buying the Song

    Peer-to-peer file-sharing services are in retreat as legitimate sales of digital music take off.

  • Generating Hope

    Inventor Dean Kamen’s energy-efficient electrical generator and water purifier could put power in the hands of rural villagers in poor countries.

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  • Traffic Taming

    Three startups test distinct approaches to helping drivers avoid gridlock.

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  • Cleaning Up

    As the fiber-optics industry crashed, Corning got into an entirely different market: tailpipe emission controls.

  • The Lucrative Elution

    Boston Scientific’s blockbuster medical device – and the novel way it was developed

  • The Integrator

    Robert Noyce dreamed up the microchip in a 1959 notebook entry.

  • Hearing Multiple Signals

    MIMO, the new wireless technology, promises faster and more powerful Wi-Fi. But just how well does it work?

  • Killer Maps

    Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo are racing to transform online maps into full-blown browsers, organizing information – and, of course, ads – according to geography. The likely winner? You.

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