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A court ruling triggers an angry outcry, and the House of Representatives files for a legislative fix.
With the presidential election less than 100 days away, conflicts over high-tech voting machines remain unsettlingly unresolved.
Illicit distribution of copyrighted software is way up this year. Can the networks that intellectual property owners love to hate be part of solution?
Non-native English speakers attempting to express themselves in the global language of business and science get a software assist from Microsoft’s Beijing lab.
Marketing hype aside, the best new inkjets still fall short of laser quality and speed.
In a future world of video-on-demand, the stakes in the blue-laser DVD battle may not be as high as they now seem.
When things get really small, they don’t move through fluids with quite the same ease. But a new mathematical model of nanoscale motion could lead to elegant devices that deliver tiny cargoes.
Government fraud-busters have stepped up their attacks against phishing and online identity theft. Does it matter?
Politics aside, the Iraq war had its ups and downs. Those who fought it are busily analyzing the successes and failures.
The announcement of a faster Bluetooth caps off a winning streak for the wireless transfer technology, but nagging compatibility issues mean that WiFi and ultrawideband still have the inside track.