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The trail of U.S. energy–what we use, and how we waste it
New tools are helping video become part of the fabric of the Web.
We need to reimagine the role of search engines and their sources of data.
Subsidies for corn ethanol are hurting people and the planet.
Is the U.S. losing its competitive edge? Intel’s boss thinks so.
Just about anybody can create an inexpensive cellular base station that routes calls all over the world.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in information technology–and what they mean.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in biomedicine–and what they mean.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in materials–and what they mean.
China is adding nuclear, hydroelectric, wind and solar power at an unrivaled pace.
We look at how the challenges and opportunities of mobile computing are transforming the microprocessor.
The new generation of e-book reading gadgets will transform the troubled book, magazine, and newspaper industries. But it’s uncertain what that transformation will look like.
Google’s nascent operating system will be fast and safe. But in return, you’ll be asked for your personal data.
In the face of climate change, a founding father of the greens argues, the movement must embrace whatever works–even if that happens to be nuclear power, mass urbanization, or genetic modification.
How to make strong, conductive fibers hundreds of meters long.
Solutions of carbon nanotubes can be used to make strong, conductive fibers hundreds of meters long.
A Bell Labs veteran looks into the future at the start of the microelectronics age.