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From the editor in chief
Wireless: Hardware that can reconfigure itself on the fly could give wireless devices more power
Biotech: Could new research end the embryo debate?
NIST hopes to stifle the tremors that ruin experiments.
A new scheme unites the Internet with geography.
Artificial muscles release medications with precision
Desktop printing was revolutionized by a misplaced soldering iron.
They’re not just for to-do lists: Handhelds are becoming the platform for ubiquitous computing.
Beginning to wonder were the real payoff of digital technology is? One answer: Cambodia.
The Web offers many teens a refuge. Adult attempts to make this haven “safer” will diminish its value.
Purveyors of “content” take heed: Knowledge will not remain a shrink-wrapped commodity.
Spintronics’ initial payoff could be instant-on RAM
Michael Schrage reviews A Nation Transformed by Information edited by Alfred D. Chandler Jr. and James W. Cortada and Systems, Experts and Computers edited by Agatha C. Hughes and Thomas P. Hughes
They can analyze thousands of genes at a time. Here’s how.