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    Smartphones from Palm will use the Windows Mobile operating system. So is the company handing over its future to Microsoft?

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    The canine genome could help researchers understand such major conditions as blindness, cancer, and OCD.

  • The Backup Plan

    If Plug Power, a maker of hydrogen fuel cells, succeeds, it will be in an unexpected market.

  • Intel's Alternate Futures

    The chipmaker’s new CTO, Justin Rattner, talks with TR about international markets and the post-Pentium era.

  • By the People

    The latest release of the open-source Firefox browser includes many features requested, and even designed, by users.

  • It's a Mod, Mod World

    Forget plain old podcasting. Modcasting lets listeners assemble customized podcasts, turning them into armchair producers.

  • Base-ic Instinct

    Google Base encourages users to make their information more findable by uploading it directly to Google. But so what?

  • Predicting Liver Toxicity

    A new way to keep human liver cells alive in the lab could help researchers weed out toxic drugs before they get to market.

  • Corrections

    In the course of daily events, we sometimes slip up. Here is where we set the record straight.

  • Nano Nokia

    Nanoscale coatings and materials could make cell phones sturdier, more wear-resistant – and much smarter.

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