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From the editor in chief
Neural Implants: Blind patients receive replacement retinas
Computer Interfaces: Wraparound screens close in on 3-D
Photonics: Could a “perfect mirror” replace fiber optics?
Internet Collapses and Other InfoWorld Punditry
Radical Innovation: How Mature Companies Can Outsmart Upstarts
The excimer laser is no turkey-it gave us scarless eye surgery.
Becoming interconnected is no excuse for surrendering to the fallacious notion that our information work must be shared for free.
Telling a good story has become essential to today’s biotechnology enterprise. But truth still matters.
Trademark is the ignored middle child of intellectual property. But branding an idea is crucial.
Are the vast sums of money pouring into Net ventures creating innovators who lack the character to deal with failure?
When fear is the opponent, science doesn’t stand a chance.
The Mac’s new OS X erodes the familiar user interface metaphor as Web browsers and the command line assert their influence.