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From the editor in chief
Internet: New software provides copyright protection for content providers.
Robotics: They brave the city’s bowels to bring you bandwidth.
Endoscopic HDTV gives surgeons better vision.
Erna Hoover unjammed the telephone switchboard-from her bed in the maternity ward.
Data’s a bitch to archive and then you die.
Frolicking with penguins on the Internet reminds us of our bond with beasts.
Seeking order amid informational chaos? Learn some lessons from the ancient Library of Alexandria.
Software-based technology developed by the U.S. military could slice through the maze of conflicting standards and make it possible to use wireless devices anywhere, anytime-even downloading all the latest features as they appear on the market.
In AIDS-stricken Africa, the enforcement of Western drug patents is a needless death sentence for millions.
Nanoelectromechanical systems begin to flex their muscles.
Contrary to popular belief, the Internet will take years to transform our economy.
How MP3 software works.