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Syndication technology is creating a personalized Internet -- and advertisers are taking notice.
Spalding has teamed up with a pair of ex-DuPont materials experts to create a basketball that keeps its bounce.
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Creating a cheaper private jet turned out to be hard -- even for a market-savvy executive who's also a pilot.
High-tech companies are deploying ethnographers and anthropologists by the score to study how people actually use technology.
Digg, Memeorandum, Findory, Blogniscient, and other startups promise to manage news overload on the Web.