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New material changes colors to indicate potentially dangerous underinflation.
A new e-book reader has a screen that looks like paper and ink. The secret: lots of tiny, fluid-filled balls
As Wi-Fi networks link with cellular networks, telephonic unity nears.
First magnetic RAM product raises hopes for “instant-on” computing
New software checks open-source programs for possible licensing conflicts and copyright infringement problems.
Magnetic therapy for depression enters widespread trials
Fish enlisted in protecting water supplies from toxins
A company formed to commercialize Lucent’s underused technologies expands its portfolio to include British Telecom and Philips Electronics.
Willis Carrier, who invented modern air conditioning more than 100 years ago, is the father of cool.
USC’s Paul Debevec shows how to use light from the real world-and algorithms from the digital one-to render an actor’s face as it would appear under any conditions.
A U.K. Internet startup is monetizing the economic influence of kids.
An online phone service shows that Internet telephony’s time may finally have come.
Sometimes a cosmetic change can be the innovation that makes a product catch fire.
The Internet’s head administrator, Paul Twomey, on controlling the core functionality of the Web.
Polymerix promises a better way to get drugs to where they’re needed in the body.
How radio frequency identification tags will help retailers, from supply chains to store shelves.