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New search engines could bring order to the web.
Blue LEDs light up consumer market
Here’s a little secret: Although you may think you own the software that you have paid good money for, you don’t.
Bioengineers grow a circulatory system on silicon.
A DNA mismatch raises fears.
Winners, Losers, and Microsoft: Competition and Antitrust in High Technology
Engines of Tomorrow: How the World’s Best Companies Are Using Their Research Labs to Win the Future
It Ain’t Necessarily So: The Dream of the Human Genome and Other Illusions
The Monk and the Riddle: The Education of a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur
The differential analyzer showed the world machines could compute.
For thousands of years, people have interacted through speech and gesture. Truly easy-to-use machines will do the same.
Drug companies make millions on lifestyle potions. Is R&D on more vital therapies lagging?
By legalizing the copying of e-books, we can turn copyright back into the industrial regulation it once was.
At 45, Bill Gates may be unable to remove the silicon handcuffs of his past success.
Science and technology could transform our world-if it weren’t for human nature.
Ogling the universe in a brand-new, high-tech planetarium.
Hyperfiction as performance art.