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    Every year, the United States sends millions of tons of e-waste to Third World countries despite regulations designed to prevent this. The European Union, though, is pushing for more stringent guidelines.

  • A Universe of Sounds

    Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is helping fund a SETI project that will distill space noise, better search for alien life, and help understand the cosmos.

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  • Subscription Music's Curious Silence

    The Napster ‘hack’ allows music lovers to convert their music streams into music downloads but the issue of stream-capturing is much bigger than a single hacked player, something no one wants to talk about.

  • TR: The Week in Review

    Throughout the week, the TR editors scour newspapers, blogs, and journals to give readers a quick synopsis of what happened in the previous week in the field of emerging technologies.

  • Geeks to the Corps

    Preaching the message of open source to the Third World, the Geekcorps is promoting libertarian sustainability for the digital age.

  • Domo Arigato, Doctor Roboto

    Hospitals across the country are examining whether video-enabled robots can help doctors extend their rounds safely and with patients’ acceptance.

  • Of MRIs and iPods

    Once the darling only of on-the-go music lovers, iPods have become another tool of choice for radiologists who need to store, transport, and interact with digital images.

  • Carly's Gone. HP Celebrates.

    Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina was shown the door yesterday, setting off internal celebrations within the company. Amidst the joy, the employees hope for a return of the HP Way.

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