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Fierce competition, radical expansion, a dubious funding model and maybe even a new director spell the end of an era. Can a trailblazing enterprise survive and thrive?
Handheld devices are taking computers from personal to intimate. A new generation of wireless network is coming that could keep everyone connected all the time.
DNA-based PCs? Doubtful. But DNA might do some computing-while assembling nanostructures.
The current economic boom is likely due to increases in computing speed and decreases in price. Now there are some good reasons to think that the party may be ending.
This near-magical laser technology has become trinketware, and only one artist has really exploited its potential.
The inventor of Ethernet and founder of 3Com shares some lessons with young innovators.
Jeff Hawkins, creator of the PalmPilot, has other, much larger ambitions. He wants to figure out how the brain does its thing.
We may undergo plastic surgery for silly reasons, but anyone who has a brain would think twice before tampering with the body’s physical core.
What’s that, you ask? A new technology that’s opening vast realms of capacity in the fibers that carry phone and Internet traffic all over the world. None too soon, either.