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The federal government is about to spend big on health-care IT. Too bad the medical industry has a vested interest in inefficiency.
If the United States wants to build a market-based approach to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, it should learn from Europe’s failures.
To a few human experts, our faces are open books. Now computer technology automates those abilities.
Thanks to a new surgical procedure, arm amputees can intuitively control a bionic limb for the first time.
Netbooks are more than just cheap laptops.
Why we love the machines we shouldn’t.
A small chunk of DNA linked to schizophrenia, mental retardation, and autism may change the way we think about disease.
Fattened voter databases will be among the 2008 presidential race’s most enduring legacies.
Rival aesthetics in the mashup community.
Are U.S. passport cards and new state driver’s licenses with RFID truly secure?