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Specially tailored viruses could eradicate chronic bacterial infections.
Students anywhere are being offered free instruction online. What will that do to the trillion-dollar education business?
Companies are analyzing more data to guide how they hire, recruit, and promote their employees.
Wind and solar get all the attention, but a key path to lowering emissions involves finding a less expensive way to do carbon capture.
An examination of simple cell-phone records reveals maps of poverty levels, ethnic divides, and the movements of sports fans.
Data that shows where people live, work, and play is being sold to businesses and city planners, as mobile operators seek new sources of revenue.
The system could enable detailed simulations of real-world phenomena—or store 24 billion MP3s.
As the amount of data expands exponentially, nearly all of it carries someone’s digital fingerprints.
Google’s Keep app copies key Evernote functions, but there’s plenty of room for both note-taking apps.
A new type of fuel cell could make CO2 storage cheaper, but it could also prove to be a good way to pump more oil out of the ground.