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Insights and opinions from our readers.
Straight from the lab: technology’s first draft.
Companies invest in programs that banish bugs.
Junk e-mailers shell out computing time.
Software takes photos into a new dimension.
Two-way text messaging, that ubiquitous medium of Web-surfing and cell-phone-toting teens, isn’t just for socializing anymore.
A new form of silicon enables see-through circuitry.
The bar code: reading between the lines.
High tech and higher learning aren’t always a match made in heaven.
To be a success, the famous balancing motor scooter will need more than state-of-the-art engineering.
Universities should take a lesson from IBM’s nonexclusive patenting practice.
Chemist Vicki Colvin on the safety of nanotechnology.
How a revolving boatlift works.