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From the editor in chief
Straight from the lab: technology’s first draft.
Core software may no longer be free
Biotech: Tiny tags to decode disease.
Software: Simulation tools fight new network parasites.
Cryptography could give us data privacy today. Only no one’s asking for it.
The black-sheep engineer in a family of artists contained carbonation in plastic.
Why doesn’t the U.S. appreciate wireless text messaging? It has no standards.
Modern gadgetry looks like something from Star Trek. But it usually works like something from Gilligan’s Island.
If you use new technology while it’s still buggy, you’re an innovator too.
Even during its “war on terrorism,” the U.S. government says it can’t suspend patents. Wrong: it’s done so before.
Carbon dioxide could make microchips smaller, faster and cleaner to build.
How to get watts from ocean waves.