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From the editor in chief
Scientists have developed a crystalline diamond film that could produce more resilient semiconductor chips than those made from silicon.
Medicine: Pig-to-human transplants could become standard practice in just a few years.
Air Traffic: Boeing launches satellite air-traffic pitch.
Biotech: Home computers help to find a cure for disease.
Mobile telephony was once considered a niche market.
Seven new Internet domain names now offer more cyber real estate. But is anyone buying?
We should cherish leisure technologies (think piano, not PlayStation) that are hard to learn.
Designers of interactive television seem to inhabit a different reality than the people who care about TV.
Someone’s managed to patent a crustless PB&J, and it ain’t Mom.
Postage-stamp-sized chips analyze thousands of protein samples fast and cheap.
Michael Schrage reviews Lifting the Fog of War by Bill Owens and Friendly Fire by Scott A. Snook.
How holographic data storage works.