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New military technologies require new organizations.
The market for electronic readers like Amazon’s will be limited.
Exciting new ways to make fuels are emerging.
Freezing and slicing gives a snapshot of life inside cells.
A new chip design could lead to far cheaper large-area electronics.
Reprogramming cells taken from disease sufferers could lead to new treatments.
New algorithms promise dramatically improved animation.
Plug-ins will lead to lower overall emissions, even if the electricity that powers them comes from coal.
NeoSaej’s algorithms could change the rules of online auctioning.
Digital artists are using game technologies to create bold new works.
One Laptop per Child’s president for software and content explains why the program’s strategy has changed.
Sites like Facebook are proving the value of the “social graph.”
Does Google want to free your phone–or does it want to own it?
New federal biofuel standards passed last year will distort the development of innovative technologies.
Nicholas Carr’s new book examines the implications of cloud computing.
The online giant hopes it’s created the ipod of digital books.
A versatile new process for making biofuels could slash their cost.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in information technology–and what they mean.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in nanotechnology–and what they mean.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in biotechnology–and what they mean.
Miguel Nicolelis continues to lead the way in neural-implant technology.