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  • Patent Litigation: The Sport of Kings

    Sure, there are staggering legal fees and the risk of a company imploding. But a leading litigator says that patent lawsuits are not as bad as you think.

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  • Is Cold Fusion Heating Up?

    Though their work is dismissed by most physicists, a determined cadre of scientists is still chasing after what could be an energy jackpot-and their experiments are producing heat and nuclear byproducts that can’t be otherwise explained.


  • Google and Akamai: Cult of Secrecy vs. Kingdom of Openness

    The king of search is tapping into what may be the largest grid of computers on the planet. And it remains extraordinarily secretive about its core technologies-perhaps because it senses a potential competitor in dotcom era flameout Akamai.

  • Robo Rehab

    Stroke victims recover more fully with the guidance of ever-smarter robots.

  • Methuselah Man

    Q&A: Biologist Aubrey de Grey is convinced that mice-and people-should be able to live for a very long time.

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  • The Pure Software Act of 2006

    100 years ago, Congress passed a law requiring honest labeling of food and drugs. Now the time has come to do the same for software.

  • Look, Listen, Walk

    “Augmented reality” researchers are using location-aware handhelds to change the way we experience the world around us.

  • A Flare for Prediction

    Magnetic storms touched off by the sun disrupt communications on earth, but John Foster’s research at Haystack Observatory will help mitigate those effects in the future.


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