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  • To Fight, Verizon Switches

    Fighting to stay relevant as telephony, television, and the Internet merge, telecom giant Verizon is installing new switches and fiber that could provide all of tomorrow’s media services–whatever they turn out to be.

  • Turn On, Tune In, Pay Up

    How XM and Sirius persuaded millions that paying to listen to a cool technology beats listening to a boring one for free.

  • Golden Age for Online Films

    The election season generated a creative outpouring–and enormous amounts of traffic–at sites such as Atom Films and iFilm. With the election over, can they hold onto recent gains?

  • Engineers Dig Archeology

    Dorothy Hosler and her students approach archeology as engineers, bringing to light new information about ancient civilizations.

  • Why WiMax?

    A new technology standard on the way will change the economics of Internet access–and make Wi-Fi look feeble.

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  • Return of the Browser Wars

    With the elegant Firefox, the open-source camp is mounting a full frontal attack on Microsofts long dominant Internet Explorer.

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