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MIT researchers are creating academically driven computer games that rival commercial products and make learning fun.
A hodgepodge of regulatory rulings could curtail the growth of voice-over-Internet technology.
U.S. policy is nearing a tipping point, as controversial research on embryonic stem cells gains allies on both the scientific and political fronts.
The “thin client” craze of the late 90s is coming back, as IBM seeks to combine the power of PCs with the centralized control of server-based software.
As outsourcing turns a once-secure career option into a roll of the dice, it’s time for engineers to lose their political inhibitions.
Are they honorable or horrible? We don’t yet know-but they might give us valuable options in Iraq and elsewhere.
Scientists and businesspeople may inhabit different cultures, but they’re looking for the same thing: patterns.
Disputed elections. Candidate mudslinging. Palm Beach voting irregularities. What happens when our online communities mirror reality too closely?
Sure, they’re only machines. But the more they interact with us humans, the more important their apparent gender becomes.