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From the Editor in Chief
Wireless sensors probe the infrastructure.
An anonymous programmer has found a way to decrypt Microsoft Reader e-books, spurring digital-rights debate.
Financial algorithms could boost utilities’ efficiency.
Medicine: New imagers offer an unprecedented view.
The philosophers got it wrong: scientists love new ideas-if they’re right.
A college junior shed new light on a century-old problem.
A powerful concept known as “sync” coordinates data held in your pocket, your PC and repositories worldwide.
Efforts to find Peace Corps-like roles for technologists gain momentum.
Content ratings for movies, TV shows and video games aren’t helpful. Parents need ways to apply their own values.
Absurdly broad stem cell patents are shutting down promising research.
Devices that build themselves are key to nanotech.
A camera and algorithm know it’s you.