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  • Teaching Nanotech to Swim

    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.

  • Feds Target Phishers

    Government fraud-busters have stepped up their attacks against phishing and online identity theft. Does it matter?

  • The Military Takes Stock in Iraq

    Politics aside, the Iraq war had its ups and downs. Those who fought it are busily analyzing the successes and failures.

  • Bluetoothful Loser

    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.

  • HIV Hope

    In their race to stay a step ahead of the wily AIDS virus, researchers announce major advances toward two new classes of HIV drugs.

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  • TagYoure It

    From baggage to tires to beer, industry is rapidly embracing RFID as the ultimate tracking technology. Can reality match the hyped expectations?

  • Swimming Upstream with Uploads

    From P2P to VoIP, demand for upload capacity is surgingbut broadband providers have skimped on bandwidth. Will they finally get the message?

  • Google Conquers E-Mail

    The blazingly fast Gmail service proves that Web-based applications can be just as good as ones running on your desktop computer. There’s just that little matter of privacy.

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