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A startup studies the paths taken by viral messages
A better definition of consciousness will help with tough ethical choices.
Efforts to preserve the Web should make use of the powerful, distributed collaboration it allows.
The U.S. can compete with China if it gives factory workers smarter tools.
Large sheets made from carbon nanotubes could lead to lighter aircraft and more resilient space probes.
A globe studded with cameras captures a panorama if you throw it in the air.
The head of research at Hewlett-Packard talks about the disruptive technologies that could ensure HP’s survival.
Bethlehem Steel, once a symbol of American industry, went bankrupt in 2001. These photos help us imagine its glory days. Photographs by Jeremy Blakeslee
How Xerox and other big corporations are harnessing the force of disruptive innovation.
A maker of high-end design software accidentally discovers a consumer hit.
Tata created the world’s least expensive automobile. The only problem now is selling it.
Information technology is reducing the need for certain jobs faster than new ones are being created.
A leading researcher says digital technologies are about to make health care more effective. But is so much data really beneficial?
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg will eventually have to deal with the fact that all growth has limits.
Conductive binders could make high-capacity battery electrodes practical
Artificial muscles could power tiny actuators and microfluidic mixers
Mice lacking a specific piece of DNA show symptoms like those in humans
Touch screens that work through fabric
One columnist wondered whether democracy was nimble enough to compete with tyranny.