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Smart devices and virtual clinics will aid astronauts and, eventually, people in remote locations back on earth.
Just hanging around the mall? Ericsson’s BLIP device wants to zap some info your way.
Wi-Fi wireless networks bring broadband access into the streets.
We round up this week’s most intriguing items from around the Web.
Ogg Vorbis, which promises MP3-like quality, readies for public download this weekend.
So what exactly is the point of a human-powered submarine?
MP3’s creators ready a better-sounding version of the ubiquitous online music format and finally reveal their licensing scheme for streaming MP3.
Data hidden in the flicker of fluorescent bulbs may help the disabled lead independent lives.
If you want fast access from home, your only hopes are cable-modem and DSL services. Or are they?