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  • Handhelds of Tomorrow

    Think thumb keyboards and portable hard drives–not the overhyped notions of cell phone Web browsers and “pen-based computing.”

  • The Virtual Cell

    With human cells distilled into digital models, testing the effectiveness of a new drug could be as simple as typing a few lines into a computer.

  • Postol vs. the Pentagon

    Ted Postol is challenging the government’s claims about a proposed a missile defense system. He’s a prickly character, but he has a track record that’s hard to beat.

  • The Price is Right

    The cost of new technology is measured in time and frustration, not just dollars.

  • Lord of the Robots

    The director of MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Lab says the age of smart, mobile machines is already beginning. You just have to know where to find them–say, in oil wells.

  • Prototype

    Straight from the lab: technology’s first draft.

  • Why Missile Defense Won't Work

    From the archives: An MIT expert on national security technology tells us why the current missile defense project won’t ever be able to do its job–and offers a better alternative (from the April, 2002 issue).

  • Cyberspace and Race

    The color-blind Web: a techno-utopia, or a fantasy to assuage liberal guilt?

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